Rhodope Mountains

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Rhod·o·pe Mountains

 (rŏd′ə-pē, rŏ-dō′-)
A range in the Balkan Peninsula of southeast Europe extending southeast from southwest Bulgaria to northeast Greece and rising to 2,925 m (9,595 ft). In Roman times the range marked the boundary between Thrace and Macedonia.
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Rhodope Mountains

(ˈrɒdəpɪ; rɒˈdəʊ-)
pl n
(Placename) a mountain range in SE Europe, in the Balkan Peninsula extending along the border between Bulgaria and Greece. Highest peak: Golyam Perelik (Bulgaria), 2191 m (7188 ft)
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Noun1.Rhodope Mountains - a mountain range in the Balkan peninsula in southeastern EuropeRhodope Mountains - a mountain range in the Balkan peninsula in southeastern Europe; extends along the border between Greece and Bulgaria
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