Greece is mountainous and settlement grew up in separated fertile areas which became independent city-states.
the location was the mainland Greece, Asia minor, Sicily.
The geography of Greece influenced where people settled and what they did. Greece's geographic features influenced where people lived because of the high and many mountains made it hard to travel.
When the nomadic Greek peoples settled in Greece, the various tribes took over a section of river valley or plain surrounded by mountains, separated from each other and so established separate communities and governance.
There are 9 mainland regions in greece
the mediterranean sea borders mainland greece ;D
Mainland Greece does not have one singular name, but is denominated by regions. Moving south to north, the regions of mainland Greece include: the Peloponnesus, Attica, Boetia, Thessaly, Epirus, Macedonia, and Thrace.
Argyris Dinopoulos is the Minister of Interior for Greece.
It's right on the ocean and the ancient ruins and hills block the sight of a sea based attack
Every country is able to be described in geographic terms. Greece is a country that can be described with the geographic term mountainous.
No, it is on the mainland of Greece.
India The Mainland!!!