Yugoslavia was a country in Southeast Europe during the 20th century. Formed following World War I, it comprised of several states including Bosnia, Croatia, Hercegovina, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia.

Adventures in YugoslaviaEdit

In 1930, Henry Jones, Sr. traveled through Yugoslavia during his research of the Holy Grail, originally believing the Tomb of Sir Richard to be located in Dalmatia.[1]



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