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, Rus. and Ukr. Krym, peninsula and republic (1991 est. pop. 2,363,000), c.10,000 sq mi (25,900 sq km), SE Europe, linked with the mainland by the Perekop Isthmus. The peninsula is bounded on the S and W by the Black Sea.
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--El 13 de febrero confirmo la ereccion del exarcado arzobispal de Krym (Ucrania), con territorio desmembrado del exarcado de Odessa-Krym, y el nombramiento del rev.
Holotypus hoc loco: Ukraine: Crimea, Kirov District, Stary Krym, Agarmysh Mt.
(1) [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] "Krym," in Sochineniia, ed.
It is the eastern (Russian) terminal of the railroad and car ferry line connecting Krasnodar Krai with the Crimea (the western (Ukrainian) terminal of the ferry line is Port Krym).
His wife of 44 years, Elizabeth (Winn) Krym Souda passed away in 2007.
After the Mongolo-Tartar invasion of the thirteenth century, the peninsula had been inhabited by the Crimean Tartars, who gave it the present name [Kyrym in Turkish, or Krym in Russian].
The cargo was for a temporary multinational training base to be built at Starry Krym in the Crimea.
Luchistoe," in Mezhdunarodnaia konferentsiia "Vizantiia i Krym," Sevastopol', 6-11 iiunia 1997 g.: Tezisy dokladov, Simferopol, pp.
TGN Id: 7012124 Names: Yalta (C, V), Jatta (C, V) Types: inhabited place(C), city (C) Position: Lat: 44 30 N, Long: 034 10 E Hierarchy: Europe (continent) <- Ukrayina (nation) <- Krym (autonomous republic) Note: Located on the south shore of the Crimean Peninsula, site of the conference between Allied powers during World War II in 1945.