France's capital, Paris, is located inland and therefore has no border on any ocean or sea, but instead it is located on the Seine River. France itself borders both the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean.
The B lack Sea borders Turkey in the North.
The sea is important because their is life in the sea. Scientistcan study marine life to understand history and evolution.
The Red Sea and Gulf of Aden is a unique body of water consisting of the semienclosed Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden linked to the Indian Ocean.
Yes, the Mediterranean Sea is north of the Equator.
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.
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Turkey, Greece, Italy, France, and Spain border the Mediterranean sea in Europe.
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 ofItaly. They are also the two largest islands in the Mediterranean.
The Ebro is a major river insouthwest Europe. It flows into the Mediterranean Sea at Tarragona,Spain.
Spain is a Mediterranean country, that is it has a Mediterranean coast. It is not part of the Mediterranean Sea.
The "Strait of Gibraltar" is the Atlantic entrance to the Mediteranean Sea, on the north side of which is the Rock of Gibraltar.
Tunis, Tunisia, Algiers, Algeria, and Tripoli, Libya are the threeAfrican capital cities on 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
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 possible / probable...
The Strait of Gibraltar is the name for the narrow strait at thewestern edge of the Mediterranean Sea.
The exact number is not known but estimates are in the thousands.
Ancient Rome was built on seven hills, but was nowhere near the Mediterranean sea proper. Rome was/is relatively inland and its nearest sea is the Tyrrhonian sea which could be loosely called an arm of the Mediterranean.
Corsica is part of France.
There is no such city. Russia does not border the Mediterranean. Atbest, Russia would have to use one of its Black Sea ports and thenhave the ship travel through the Bosporus, into the Sea of Marmara,into the Dardanelles Straits, and through the Aegean Sea to get tothe Mediterranean Sea.
The Mediterranean Sea is east of Spain
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.
one leads to the other, on to the other, where Greece and Asia Minor 'meet'.
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.
no corals do not catch plankton even though they are an animal Actually, both hard and soft corals do catch plankton. A coral polyp (the individual coral animal) has a mouth surrounded by stinging tentacles. Hard corals stretch out their tentacles at night, when the plankton are drifting in the...
The island of Malta is surrounded by 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.
Black sea and Azow sea, Germany, Moldavia, Bulgaria, Bielorussia and Russia boards Ukraine
Mediterranean to the north, Red sea to the south
Here are some examples of countries that the Mediterranean Sea is north of: Algeria, Egypt, Tunisia and Lybia. (These four countries are found in Africa.)
Tunisia is the smallest African country that borders the Mediterranean Sea.
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.
It's simple, it's the Gulf of Aden.
i assume it is because so many people live by it just as the pacific. i don't think its the dirtiest i believe one of the dirtiest pacific is more polluted if you take a look over Madagascar Indian ocean is also polluted but mostly because people throw trash into the sea and they assume it just...
The Strait of Gibraltar connects the Mediterranean Sea to the Atlantic Ocean.
Through the Strait of Gibraltar
It would open waterways for shipping supplies to troops.
The Nile empties into the Mediterranean Sea.
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.
If you mean an abrupt rise of tidal water, it is known as a Bore
No hot springs are. Some at boiling point or above.
mount Lebanon or the beons mountain range...?
It was near it, but not touching it. Egypt was touching the Mediterranean Sea.
There is only one Spanish-speaking country in the MediterraneanSea: Spain.
As Romes control over over its neighbors expanded ,its culture and langeuage continued to speard into Spain and Greece.By the end of the of the second century B.C.,the Romans ruled most of the land surounding the Mediterranean Sea
No. Each is a capital city, but not a country.
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