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Still the same nonsense about "Aromanians"[edit]

1)"Pindus is considered the homeland of Aromanians". By whom?? Can anyone cite this?? 2) Much more than the unofficial, not recognised in Greece "Aromanians" live in Pindus to say this is a part of a series on "Aromanians".--Michael X the White (talk) 08:34, 22 September 2008 (UTC)


Shouldnt there be a map here of where in Greece the Pindus mountain range lies?!

Add link to "Alpides belt" on Wiki. Pindus is part of Alps, formed by upfold when Atlantic formed. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Smurkledunk (talkcontribs) 17:12, 12 September 2009 (UTC)

Damage check[edit]

Could someone verify the changes made by Colinjensen9? He has put some rubbish on Pindus, and I suspect he did the same here. - Onno Zweers (talk) 19:26, 18 July 2010 (UTC)

Northern Epirus[edit]

Why is the term Epirus and Northern Epirus used in an article that is clearly about a geographical feature? Neither Epirus nor Northern Epirus exist today as political entities so it makes no sense to use these two names as a geographical reference. Neither have these terms have ever been used since at least 500 years. There are more modern names with which southern Albania can be identified with, either official like Gjirokastër, Korçë, etc., or unofficial like Labëri, Çamëri, Toskëri, Dropull, Rrëzomë, Kolonjë, Gorë, Opar and many more. As far as i know even Greece doesn't have any official use of the term Epirus. The term "Southern Albania" should be enough for the reader to understand what is being described. Constantly identifying the south of Albania as Northern Epirus or Ancient Macedonia outside of any historical context is clearly an attempt to associate these regions with irredentist and nationalistic claims. Also, please someone add the Albanian term for Pindus which is "Pindi" or "Vargmalet e Pindit" although this term is not used officially in Albania. (talk) 14:50, 18 October 2015 (UTC) Ardi