So I'm sure the first question is "why Yugoslavia?"....and the simple answer is because it was an easy conversion. Crescent Root's (now out of production) resin buildings were the first 15mm buildings I had purchased years ago and, while they're nice, straight out of the box they're rather odd-looking - as if they don't really fit any particular nation or architectural style. Looking to convert them and knowing I didn't have any northern Mediterranean terrain as of yet, I briefly considered entirely eliminating the stock roofs and re-doing them as typical hip-roofed Italian houses....which would have been time consuming.
So I looked at traditional architecture of other nations and here it is...the traditional house in the Balkans, particularly the Dalmation Coast. It still has the high-pitched roof like the CR buildings, but with the Mediterranean styles of Spanish roof tiles and stone walls, sometimes with a stucco overlay.
Here's a pic of the buildings before conversion, which turned out to be fairly simple. I sculpted on spanish tile roofing using Milliput with a plasticard tube and then added window shutters made out of plasticard.
Here they are complete and ready for the 1939 Balkans Campaign! Enjoy!