Black Sea Timelapse - A week in Turkey
The Black Sea region of Turkey is what you would get if you crammed the American Northwest, the Swiss Alps, the Italian coast, the Big Sky of the Canadian Rockies, the deserts of Egypt, and Versailles...
Why the Black Sea is so important to Russia
CNN's Clarissa Ward explains why the Black sea is so important to the Russian military.
Russian Jet Buzzes U.S. Air Force Spy Plane Over Black Sea
A Russian fighter jet buzzed a U.S. Air Force spy plane this week over the Black Sea, a risky maneuver that threatened the safety of the American crew, according to the Pentagon.The Pentagon called th...
Taman Bay
The Taman Bay (Russian: Таманский залив) is a shallow bay or gulf on the east coast of the Strait of Kerch shaped by the Tuzla and Chushka spits. It dips into the Taman Peninsula of Krasnodar Krai, Ru...
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Black Sea Naval Force

The Black Sea Naval Force (BLACKSEAFOR), was created in early 2001 on initiative of Turkey, with the participation of all other Black Sea littoral states, namely Bulgaria, Romania, Ukraine, Russi...
Bolata Cove
Bolata (Bulgarian: Болата) is a small cove located in the Northern Bulgarian Black Sea Coast. Its area has a statute of a Nature reserve.
Bolata cove is located at the northern rocky coastline...
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Kapıkule
Kapıkule is the name of the Turkish border crossing point in Edirne Province on the border of Turkey and Bulgaria. Its counterpart on the Bulgarian side is Kapitan Andreevo. Together, they form the se...
Kapıkule - Wikipedia
Bulgarian Black Sea Coast
The Bulgarian Black Sea Coast (Bulgarian: Черноморие, Chеrnomoriе) covers the entire eastern bound of Bulgaria stretching from the Romanian Black Sea resorts in the north to European Turkey in the...
Bulgarian Black Sea Coast - Wikipedia
Tuzla Spit
Tuzla (Russian: Тузлинская коса, Коса Тузла, Ukrainian: Коса Тузла) was a long narrow peninsula or sandy spit in the eastern part of the Strait of Kerch which extended from Cape Tuzla to the n...
Tuzla Spit - Wikipedia
Cape Velyky Fontan
Cape Velyky Fontan (some time translated as Big Fontan, or Great Fontan, Ukrainian: Мис Великий Фонтан, Russian: Мыс Большой Фонтан) is a southern point of the Gulf of Odessa. It is located in...
Cape Velyky Fontan - Wikipedia
Arcadia Beach
30°46′00″E / 46.42722°N 30.76667°E / 46.42722; 30.76667Arcadia beach (Arkadia, Arkadiya) (Ukrainian: Пляж Аркадія, Russian: Пляж Аркадия, Plyazh Arkadiya) is Odessa, ...
Gümüşhane
Gümüşhane ([ɡyˈmyʃaːˌne]) is a city and the capital district of Gümüşhane Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The city lies along the Harşit River, at an elevation of 5,000 feet (1,500 m), abo...
Gümüşhane - Wikipedia
Black Sea Euroregion
Black Sea Euroregion (Bulgarian: Черноморски еврорегион, translit. Chernomorski evroregion, Romanian: Euroregiunea Mării Negre) is a seaside Euroregion, located in Bulgaria and Romania.
Th...
Black Sea Euroregion - Wikipedia
Batumi
Batumi (Georgian: ბათუმი, formerly known as Batum) is a seaside city on the Black Sea coast and capital of Adjara, an autonomous republic in southwest Georgia. With a population of 190,000 (2013 c...
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Tsar's Path
The Tsar's Path (Russian: Царская тропа) or the Solnechnaya Tropa (Russian: Солнечная тропа) is a scenic walking path that runs along the edge of the Crimean Mountains near the city of Yalta. ...
Tsar's Path - Wikipedia
Black Sea Trade and Development Bank
The Black Sea Trade and Development Bank (BSTDB) is multilateral development bank based around the eleven countries that are members of the Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation, a region...
Black Sea Trade and Development Bank - Wikipedia
Urums
Urums, singular Urum (Greek: Ουρούμ Urúm, Turkish and Crimean Tatar: Urum, [uˈɾum]) is a broad historical term that was used by some Turkic-speaking peoples (Turks, Crimean Tatars) to define Greeks wh...
St. Nikolai, Varna
Saint Nicholai's icon (Holy image) labels the light house at the tip of the outskirt pier of the Port of Varna. Saint Nicholai (see also Saint Nicholas) is patron saint of sailors, fishermen, ships a...
St. Nikolai, Varna - Wikipedia
Crimean Submediterranean forest complex
The Crimean Submediterranean forest complex ecoregion, in the temperate mixed forest Biome of Ukraine.
The ecoregion consists of two coastal enclaves on northern coast of the Black Sea; one occup...
Kapitan Andreevo
Kapitan Andreevo (Bulgarian: Капитан Андреево) is a village in Svilengrad municipality, Haskovo Province, southern Bulgaria. As of 2005 it has 948 inhabitants and the mayor is Dimitar Shiderov. Du...
Kapitan Andreevo - Wikipedia
Persian sturgeon
The Persian sturgeon (Acipenser persicus) is a critically endangered species of sturgeon.
The Persian Sturgeon has an elongated, bulky body with a bluish tint. This type of sturgeon is endemic to...
Persian sturgeon - Wikipedia
Dereköy, Kırklareli
Dereköy is a village of Kırklareli Province in western Turkey and one of the three land border crossing points between Bulgaria and Turkey.
The village is located in Strandzha mountains, 20 k...
Cape E
Cape E, or North Odessa Cape (Ukrainian: мис Е, Північний Одеський, Russian: мыс Е, Северный Одесский), is a northern point of the Gulf of Odessa. The cape is located on the coast between the ...
Cape E - Wikipedia
Pan-European Oil Pipeline
The Pan-European Oil Pipeline (PEOP) is a proposed oil pipeline from Constanţa in Romania via Serbia and Croatia to Rijeka and from there through Slovenia to Trieste in Italy. The aim of the pipeline...
Pan-European Oil Pipeline - Wikipedia
Romanian Black Sea resorts
The Romanian Black Sea resorts stretch from the Danube Delta in the north down to the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast in the south, along 275 kilometers of coastline.The most important resort is Mamaia...
Romanian Black Sea resorts - Wikipedia
Kadirga Festival
The Kadirga Festival is the most famous of all Turkish festivities. The festival takes place in one of the yayla (plateaus) about 25 kilometers from Tonya (a town in Trabzon Province).The magnificent ...
Kadirga Festival - Wikipedia