The Crimean peninsula
Posted on : 26 Feb 2020Views: 1594
- The Crimean peninsula is connected on the northwest to the mainland by the “Perekop Isthmus”, a 5-mile- (8-km-) wide strip of land that has been the site of numerous battles for the control of Crimea.
- Between Crimea and the mainland to the north lies Svyash (“Putrid Sea”), a network of shallow inlets that is separated from the Sea of Azov by the Arabat Spit, a 70-mile- (113-km-) long sandbar along the eastern shore of Crimea.
- The Crimean Peninsula was annexed by the Russian Federation in 2014 and since then has been administered as two Russian federal subjects - the Republic of Crimea and the federal city of Sevastopol.
Article Related Questions
“Crimea” is situated between which of the following sea(s)?
1.Black sea and Sea of Azov
2.Sea of Azov and Caspian Sea
3.Black sea only
4.Black sea and Mediterranean Sea
Right Ans : Black sea and Sea of Azov