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Baltic Sea

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The Baltic Sea is an inland located in Northern Europe and has brackish (salty) waters.
Yes, Lithuania is one the eastern shore of the Baltic Sea and is north of Poland.
The Baltic Sea is a brackish inland sea.
what 4 european countries border russia between the black sea andthe baltic sea
The Gulf of Riga and the Gulf of Finland
From November and into winter 45% of the Baltic's surface area can be covered with ice. The thaw begins in late April and May
Poland, Lithuania, Sweden, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, and Russia.
Poland is the recreated nation from World War I. It was given thePolish corridor so it could have access to the Baltic Sea. Bothterritories had been a part of Prussia, and later the GermanEmpire, from the 1772 until 1918.
They do use the Baltic Sea
You may be thinking of the 630 km Siegfried Line
There are nine, Sweden, Russia , Germany, Poland, Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia, Finland and Denmark
Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Germany, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia all border the Baltic Sea..
The average depth is 55 meters
it is linked because of the peninsula i am a 6th grader and we are learning about this too
Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia
The the North Sea and Baltic Sea are separated by: The Danish Straits (Great Belt, Little Belt, Oresund) Kattegat Skagerrak
Medditerrarean Sea. ( Might not be spelled right Sorry! ) :)
The Dead Sea has greater salinity than the Baltic Sea. The Baltic has a greater abundance of fresh water, something like 1/40th of its volume as there are some 200 rivers in the region
The Jutland Peninsula. Don't get confused between The Jutland Peninsula and Scandinavian Peninsula. Trust me it's the Jutland Peninsula!
146,000 square miles
Germany, Denmark, Poland, Russia, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Finland, Sweden.
The Republic of Lithuania
Finland, Estonia, and Latvia all border the Baltic Sea and Russia. Poland and Lithuania border a small Russian enclave - the Kalinigrad Oblast.
The Gulf of Bothnia, the Gulf of Finland, The Gulf of Riga, The Gulf of Gdansk, The Kattegat and the Skagerrat
It is located on the far east of Siberia, in Russia, and projects into the northwestern portion of the Pacific Ocean (not into the Baltic Sea, which is to the west of Russia, not to the east of Russia).
No. The Baltic Sea is smaller.
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The Baltic Sea is known as Brackish, that is more salty than fresh water but less salty than sea water
The Vistula, which is the longest river in Poland
which neighbor's of germany are located on the baltic sea
The North Sea and the Baltic Sea
Russia has access to the Baltic Sea - in the Russian exclave "Kaliningrad Oblast" there is an important war harbour. Also, Russia has access to the Eastern part of the Gulf of Finland (part of the Baltic Sea), Sankt-Petersburg is actually on the Baltic coast. What was meant in the question were...
Gotland is the largest Island in the Baltic Sea, controlled by Sweden
There is no such country. However, Finland is surrounded by Sweden, Norway, Russia, and the Baltic.
from the 13th Century to the 17th Century the Hanseatic League dominated trade in this area. They were a mercantile league of German towns
The Skagerrak and The Kattegat, lead from the North Sea to the Baltic Sea
Stockholm, Sweden Helsinki, Finland Tallinn, Estonia Riga, Latvia
It connects to the North sea which is an arm of the Atlantic
Germany was divided into two parts so Poland could be granted access to the sea.
St Petersburg or the Enclave of Kaliningrad
Canals link the Volga River and to the Baltic Sea and other seas.
There were no Italian naval vessels in the Baltic Sea in World War 2.
Salinity is between 6% and 8% which s much less that other Seas and Oceans
The Red Sea receives little rain fall and has high evaporation rates resulting in high-salinity water. The Baltic Sea contains low-salinity water as a result of abundant freshwater runoff from the surrounding land.
The Red Sea receives little rain fall and has high evaporation rates resulting in high-salinity water. The Baltic Sea contains low-salinity water as a result of abundant freshwater runoff from the surrounding land.
To allow the Polish to build up their economy through sea trade.Also, the land they got to the right of Poland (when looking at amap), allowed for them to trade by sea even though the Britishblocked the German sea trade.
The large Swedish island in the Baltic Sea is called Gotland, which literally means "Land of the Goths" because of the islands original inhabitants. The largest city on Gotland is called Visby, which is one of Europe's last remaining walled cities. It looks much the way it did in the middle ages.
Between January and March covering an area of 218,000 square kilometers
There are over 60 rivers that empty into the Baltic Sea, The German river Trave near Lubeck - In Poland, the Vistula, - In Lithuania the Neman. - In Latvia the Venta River, - In Estonia The Pirita, - In Russia the Neva, - In Sweden The Tommarpaan. There are many others
Yes, the Red Sea is larger than the Baltic Sea.
-Stockholm, Sweden -Copenhagen, Denmark. -Reyjavik, Iceland.