One must take into account that EU2 typically uses regional names rather than cities for provinces--thus, "Kosovo" fits perfectly. I've no idea what to call the FYROM province northwest of Macedonia--the city should be Ochrida/Ohrid or Skopje. The province split off from Bulgaria should probably be called Rhodope (again, I don't know the historical/regional name for it) for the mountain range in the area while its city should be Philoppopolis/Plovdiv. I agree with Underhand: Gallipoli was rather small and almost unimportant (well, the Turks used it as a base to cross over into Europe earlier on, but it's not too terribly important till WWI)--that province should be Thrace and Thrace should be Constantinople (yes, it is too long) or Byzantium ("Byzantion" is the more Greek version), I believe. Finellach probably has a much greater understanding than mine own of the Serbo-Croatian Balkan provinces so I shan't give any opinions on those.Earl Uhtred said:Does 'Kosovo' really have to be that big and if it does wouldn't it be better off 'Nis'?
Edit: Please let's be civil with one another--I really don't want this thread closed, too.