Openbelarus's posts from August 2010

The eastern part of the Crimean peninsula in Ukraine ends with the port and city of Kerch. It is a dry hilly place between the Black and Azov Seas. The Russian…

Tepe Kermen means “a castle hill” in Tartar. This table mountain of 544 m high is situated in the south of Crimea. In the 6 – 13 centuries it was inhabited.…

In the late 13th century the Genoese merchants took a fancy to the Feodosian Bay in Eastern Crimea. Local people, the descendants of Greeks, Alans and…

In the 6th century BC Greek sailors settled in the big comfortable bay in the eastern part of the Crimean peninsula of the Black Sea and founded a colony…
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