White Wallachia was a Byzantine term for the region between the Danube and the Balkan mountain. It is not to be confused with the Great Wallachia or the Little Wallachia. It was called white to otherwise distinguish from the "Black Wallachia", which was Moldavia (or part of it).
- Alan Campbell Reiley (1895). History for ready reference ... The C.A. Nichols Co. p. vii.
- James Samuelson (1888). Bulgaria Past and Present: Historical, Political, and Descriptive. Trübner & Company. p. 40. Retrieved 19 April 2012.
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