The sea is important because their is life in the sea. Scientist can study marine life to understand history and evolution.
Right, as Libya is in Africa, they will not be European countries that border it, they will be African. They are Egypt, Sudan, Chad, Niger, Algeria and Tunisia.
Spain France Monaco Italy Malta Slovenia Croatia Bosnia and Herzegovina Montenegro Albania Greece Cyprus Turkey
Starting in the Mediterranean Sea, one would sail around Greece to the Aegean Sea, then through the Dardenelle into the Sea of Marmara, and then through the Straits of Bosporous (passing the City of Istanbul) into the Black Sea.
Algeria libya egypt morocco and tunisia
Sardinia and Sicily are Mediterranean Islands that are part of Italy. They are also the two largest islands in the Mediterranean.
Spain is a Mediterranean country, that is it has a Mediterranean coast. It is not part of the Mediterranean Sea.
The Mediterranean exclusively borders Italy on its southern edge. However, extensions of the Mediterranean (such as the Tyrrhenian and Adriatic Seas) border Italy on its west and east sides as well.
Iberian, Italian and Balkan
== Answer == You can make it as simple or as complicated as you wish:-) I'm in the UK, so am able to fish around the Med several times each year, as a part of vacation trips, and the methods vary very little from country to country. If you are in an urban centre / city, it is...
The Strait of Gibraltar is the name for the narrow strait at the western edge of the Mediterranean Sea.
If you are researching the east mediterranean I have to say one thing: oil. It's huge there, adn the ship it out though seas like the Caspian Sea or the Persian Gulf.
Because the Mediterranean Sea is on the south of Europe and many of the countries in southern Europe have a coastline on the Mediterranean Sea.
The three continents that surround the Mediterranean Sea are Europe, Asia and Africa.Europe, Asia and Africa.
Tunisia has a border with the Mediterranean
Egypt, Sudan, Eritrea, and Djibouti.
Mediterranean to the north, Red sea to the south
yes, there are oil and natural gas fields off the coast of some countries, such as italy and libya. there is also sea salt to be panned
The Aegean Sea is between Greece and Turkey.
It is an island located in the Mediterranean sea.
The Strait of Gibraltar connects the Mediterranean Sea to the Atlantic Ocean.
It would open waterways for shipping supplies to troops.
No. Although it is a large area of saltwater or brackish water, and isolated by geography, it is no larger than some other bays and seas that are extensions of the ocean.
mount Lebanon or the beons mountain range...?
No. Each is a capital city, but not a country.
The island of Rhodes (Not the U.S. state) belongs to Greece, so does the archipelago in the Aegean Sea.
Britain, France, Israel, U.SVS.Egypt and Soviet Unioni thiink, im only 14 so i could be wrong
if you read the bible god named the red sea i think! It takes its name from algae that grows in the sea and certain times of the year turns red
port said and ends at port taufiq, cutting across marshes and desert areas.
It is about three children each running from different things that band together to get safe passage to America.
The Mediterranean doesn't "empty" into anything. Rivers flow INTO the Mediterranean, not out of it. It is a SEA, primarily fed by the Atlantic Ocean.
The land around the Mediterranean are warm due to the proximity to the equator.
Go on Google or any internet sight. You will find a map of one.
Valencia, Tarragona and Barcelona
They regained full control only near the end of the war (1944) when Italy had surrendered, the German Luftwaffe no longer had the means to pose a threat to Allied shipping and Greece had been liberated from German occupation.
965,000 sq miles = about 26.9 trillion (26900000000000) square feet
The Italian boot-shaped peninsula.
No there's no such thing as a sea tomato in the English language, but it is a sea anenome near Mallorca. The jury is still out as to whether or not it is edible. Please see the related link below!
The answer is Rome and i'm surprised nobody else wanted to find this out before I did.
The Suez Canal connects the Mediterranean and the Red sea.
Sicily, part of Italy, south of the mainland.
Mount Lebanon was a province in Lebanon during the ottoman period, the French expanded it to become Lebanon. Currently, Mount Lebanon is one of 6 governorates of Lebanon, and is situated in the middle.
Countries that border the Mediterranean that are wholly in Asia include: Cyprus, Syria, Lebanon, Israel, and Palestine. Countries that border the Mediterranean and are intercontinental with parts in Asia include: Turkey and Egypt.
Four countries border Greece: Albania, Macedonia, Bulgaria, and Turkey. Three seas surround Greece: Ionian Sea, Aegean Sea, and Mediterranean Sea.
A line on a map indicating the boundaries of one area or country as compared to an adjacent area or country. Also refers to the edge of something like a piece of paper.
It got a lot of it's European influence from Spain, which controlled Morocco for a while in time.
Suez canal, good luck with exercise I lol
France Greece Bulgaria Vatican City Italy Montenegro Bosnia and Herzegovina Malta Spain Croatia Monaco Cyprus Portugal Albania United Kingdom (departments along the Med.) Macedonia Turkey
the first people who owned the Suez Canal was Great Britain. I was started on April 25,1859, and it was open to the public in November of 1869.
If it is to the Mediterranean Sea it would be The Bosporus and The D ardanelles Strait's.
I heard recently that for three weeks in July no one can go into the sea as that is when they appear. The jellyfish migration occurs during the heat of the summer - from the middle of July through August. Their migration varies slightly with the temperature.Last year (2009), they arrived in the...
Examples: Marseille, Cannes, Nice.
It gave routes for trading goods or for sailing OR for giving routes to travelers but I'm not sure which one it is.
It lays North West of the Red Sea.
Morocco, Libya, Niger, Mali and Mauritania. Western Sahara and Tunisia.
located between Europe Africa & Asia