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June 23 2014
On a rainy day in February, a black Subaru purrs along a country road through the sodden farmland east of Pecs, in rural southern Hungary.
"Back in Süleyman's day, all this would have been much more heavily wooded," says Norbert Pap, a professor of political geography at the nearby University of Pécs. "Oak forests mainly, broken up with meadows and cornfields and vineyards, although as you draw nearer to Szigetvar the land opened up further and became more marshy."
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