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Published on May 10, 2009
The new borders of the Balkan countries according to geopolitical and military data: Vardaska is separated among Albania (50% of its current population), Serbia, Bulgaria and Greece. Greece reclaims the occupied territories of Northen Ipeirus, Pontos, Asia Minor and Eastern Thrace. Constantinoupolis becomes after 600 years the capital of Greece with a huge parade in the center of the city. Smyrna becomes the second largest city and Athens a major cultural and artistic center. Thessaloniki becomes the major city of the free Greek Macedonia. Other important cities finally liberated include Argirokastro, a city with 4000 years of Greek history and major archeological findings, Monastiri, the principal Greek commercial center of the upper Macedonia which was under Slavic occupation for almost half a century and Philipoupolis, the principal town of the Greek Eastern Romilia.