When talking about Hungary and Transylvania, basically and historically we mean one country that used to fill the Carpathian Basin with a corridor to the Adriatic Sea through Croatia. The valleys of the Danube and the Tisza Rivers provided very rich fields and pastures while the huge Carpathian Mountains protected the land on three sides between 895 and 1541 AD.
The total area of the Hungarian Kingdom used to be 325,400 square kilometers. Now, in the twenty-first century it is . . .
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- The Grantville Gazette Staff