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Crimea - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Russia (de facto administration, except Ukrainian-controlled part of Arabat Spit). Federal district: Crimean Federal District: Federal subjects: Republic of Crimea

Crimean War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Crimean War; Part of the Ottoman wars in Europe and the Russo-Turkish wars: Detail of Franz Roubaud's panoramic painting The Siege of Sevastopol (1904)

5 Things You Should Know About Putin's Incursion Into Crimea

Putin’s latest moves in Crimea show that he is clearly a desperate man, willing to make a clear break with Ukraine and Europe, risk an acceleration of ...

Crimea profile - Overview - BBC News

The Republic of Crimea, officially part of Ukraine, lies on a peninsula stretching out from the south of Ukraine between the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov.

Crimea travel guide - Wikitravel

Crimea is a beautiful region on the Black Sea that has long entranced visitors. The Crimean Peninsula is connected to mainland Ukraine by two narrow necks of land ...

Crimea | republic, Ukraine |

Crimea, Ukrainian Krym, also spelled Krim, autonomous republic, southern Ukraine. The republic is coterminous with the Crimean Peninsula, lying between the Black Sea ...

Crimea News, Photos and Videos - ABC News

Browse Crimea latest news and updates, watch videos and view all photos and more. Join the discussion and find more about Crimea at

Crimea - Pictures, More From National Geographic Magazine

The past is never past in Sevastopol. It waves from flagpoles and drapes the parade stand on patriotic holidays. It finds sanctuary in war monuments and is posted on ...

Crimea | Define Crimea at

The solution is to establish greater autonomy for Crimea within a Ukraine that belongs neither to Europe nor to Russia.

Why Crimea is so dangerous - BBC News

Crimea is a centre of pro-Russian sentiment, which can spill into separatism. The region - a peninsula on Ukraine's Black Sea coast - has 2.3 million people, a ...