|NOUN || the Sea of Azov | - |
|SYNO ||Sea of Azof | Sea of Azoff | Sea of Azov|
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- Starting from the Sea of Azov and the Crimea from the West, it extends to Kashmir and Kabul in the east.
- Sea of Azov: There is little on the south shore. The west shore is marked by the Arabat Spit.
- The Miocene deposits of Crimea and Taman, (south of the Sea of Azov) are identical with formations surrounding the present Caspian Sea, in which the univalves of freshwater origin, are associated with forms of Cardiacae and Mytili that are common to partially saline or brackish waters.
- Flowing from Central Russia to the Sea of Azov in Southern Russia, it is one of Russia's largest rivers and played an important role for traders from the Byzantine Empire.
- The Moscow Canal, the Volga–Don Canal, and the Volga–Baltic Waterway form navigable waterways connecting Moscow to the White Sea, the Baltic Sea, the Caspian Sea, the Sea of Azov and the Black Sea.
- In May 1855, the allies successfully invaded Kerch and operated against Taganrog in the Sea of Azov.
- On 12 September 1698, Peter officially founded the first Russian Navy base, Taganrog on the Sea of Azov.
- During this time they reportedly lived near the Sea of Azov.
- Ukraine is located in Eastern Europe: lying on the northern shores of the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov.
- Near the Sea of Azov are the Donets Ridge and the Near Azov Upland.
- or Mariupolitan Greek is a dialect spoken in about 17 villages around the northern coast of the Sea of Azov in southern Ukraine and Russia.
- The longest spit in the world is the Arabat Spit in the Sea of Azov. It is approximately [...] long.
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