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'''Yugoslavia''' ([[Slovenian language|Slovenian]] and [[Croatian language|Croatian]]: Jugoslavia, in [[Cyrillic]] ([[Serbian language|Serbian]] and [[Macedonian language|Macedonian]]): Југославија) is the name for different political entities that existed on the [[Balkan Peninsula]] in [[Europe]] during the 20th century. Six currently existent countries were at some time included in Yugoslavia: [[Slovenia]], [[Croatia]], [[Bosnia and Herzegovina]], [[Serbia]], [[Montenegro]] and [[Republic of Macedonia|Macedonia]].
 
'''Yugoslavia''' ([[Slovenian language|Slovenian]] and [[Croatian language|Croatian]]: Jugoslavia, in [[Cyrillic]] ([[Serbian language|Serbian]] and [[Macedonian language|Macedonian]]): Југославија) is the name for different political entities that existed on the [[Balkan Peninsula]] in [[Europe]] during the 20th century. Six currently existent countries were at some time included in Yugoslavia: [[Slovenia]], [[Croatia]], [[Bosnia and Herzegovina]], [[Serbia]], [[Montenegro]] and [[Republic of Macedonia|Macedonia]].

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Yugoslavia (Slovenian and Croatian: Jugoslavia, in Cyrillic (Serbian and Macedonian): Југославија) is the name for different political entities that existed on the Balkan Peninsula in Europe during the 20th century. Six currently existent countries were at some time included in Yugoslavia: Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro and Macedonia.