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What does Azov mean?

Last Updated: 29th April, 2020

Federal subject: Rostov Oblast

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In this manner, what is the world's shallowest sea?

The Sea of Azov

Secondly, does the Sea of Azov freeze? The Sea of Azov loses 66.2 cu km of water to the Black Sea and receives from it 41 cu km annually. The climate of the Sea of Azov is continental. In winter the Sea of Azov freezes over for from two months (at the Kerch Strait) to four months (at Tahanrih).

Also Know, how deep is the Sea of Azov?

14 m

Which peninsula lies between Black Sea and Sea of Azov?

Republic of Crimea

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