Europe – the place from which the world was made. Epidemics, wars and an eternal desire for unfulfilled consolidation. Part 2
Beyond the Greek times facing the East and the Aegean and Black Seas, Europe’s geostrategic history begins with Rome – a fortified city, located on the banks of the Tiber – a rather small river, with a river port enabling communication with the Mediterranean, similarly to the way in which London is connected to the sea via the Thames.
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