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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.
In looking over the answeres previously listed, I've come to the conclusion that no one really knows what seas made up the 7 ancient seas. So looking at a modern day map here is my educated guess on the 7 ancient seas going from East to West; Black Sea Aegean Sea - b/w Greece & Turkey Ionian …
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Soap molecules are composed of long nonpolar "tails" with polar, negatively charged "heads" that arrange in a micelle formation: nonpolar interior, with a polar exterior shell surrounded by polar water. The polar exterior of soap micelles is negatively charged, and these negative charges repel one m…
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sea is small part of water while ocean is larger then sea and always liquid mix easily so sea and ocean water mix with each other
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The seven seas are Alboran, Balearic, Ligurian, Tyrrhenian, Ionian, Adriatic and Aegean.. There are only five oceans, Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, Arctic and Southern
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The smallest sea The Sea of Marmara, connecting the Black and Mediterranean Seas, is probably the smallest 'sea' - it has an area of 11,350 kmĀ².
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Crew of MV Omer N The crew that were caught inside the ship, when it capsized, no longer have any hope of being retrieved alive. On Monday 29th, three dead crewmembers were brought out of the ship and placed onboard P559 HDMS Lommen. They were later on, brought ashore. Fortunately, some of the cr…
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south china sea(area = 1,000,000 sq miles) Caspian sea(area = 149,200 sq mi), largest inland sea Mediterranean Sea(area = 970,000 sq mi)
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The biggest island in the baltic sea is called Gotland. Gotland is a Swedish island owned by the Swedish. As a matter of fact, off the coast of Sweden! Very interesting
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Caucasus Mountains separate the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea.
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That is the Enclave of Kaliningrad
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Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania are the countries in the European Union which border the Baltic Sea. These three countries are the Baltic States.
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The country of Georgia is located on the eastern shore of the Black Sea.
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Bolivia (Sucre and La Paz) and the Netherlands (Haague and Amsterdam).
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Sweden
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if you want the smallest living animal, it's the amoeba, its classified under protozoa in the animal kingdom
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9 countries border the Baltic sea - Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia and Sweden. Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania are commonly referred to as the Baltic nations.
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The Kiel Canal
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The Baltic Sea is in Northwest Europe. Countries that border the sea are: Finland, Russia, Eastonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Germany, Denmark and Sweden. see the link for more info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baltic_Sea
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The Russian enclave is Kaliningrad
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There are numerous seas on Earth. Some of those seas are the Mediterranean Sea, Caspian Sea, Caribbean Sea, Red Sea, Dead Sea, and North Sea.
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Poland, Lithuania, Sweden, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, and Russia.
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Poland is the recreated nation from World War I. It was given the Polish corridor so it could have access to the Baltic Sea. Both territories had been a part of Prussia, and later the German Empire, from the 1772 until 1918.
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Northern Europe
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Finland, Estonia, and Latvia all border the Baltic Sea and Russia. Poland and Lithuania border a small Russian enclave - the Kalinigrad Oblast.
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in the earth of course
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The North Sea and the Baltic Sea
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Canals link the Volga River and to the Baltic Sea and other seas.
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Stockholm is on the Baltic Sea
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It is the Northern arm of the Baltic
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Finland and Sweden
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The Kiel Canal
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Poland, part of russia, denmark, Germany, Sweden Lithuania and Latvia
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Sweden and Denmark
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Denmark, Sweden, and Finland.(*although Scandinavia is usually defined as Norway, Sweden, and Denmark, Finland is closely related. Norway does not border the Baltic Sea.)  
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Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Russia, Germany. Finland, Sweden, Poland and Denmark
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It is the Danube canal. The Danube crosses Europe, but not connecting the Baltic to the North Sea, the answer is the Kiel Canal
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The average depth is 55 meters
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asia The Baltic is a European Sea
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The North Sea is twice the size of the Baltic Sea
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The largest Swedish island in the Baltic Sea is Gotland.
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Tsar Peter the Great
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Russia has access to the Baltic Sea through the Gulf of Finland from St Petersburg Also from the Russian Enclave of Kaliningrad directly to the Baltic Sea
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Many species of fish are available from the Baltic, Cod, Goby, Pipefish, Anchovy, Eel, Flounder, Pike and more
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Vistula river
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That would be Poland
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Sweden,Denmark,Russia
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area is 146,000 square miles
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Oeresund and Kattegat are between the Baltic sea and the North sea
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The Baltic sea is in between Sweden, Poland, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Finland.
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Oslo (Norway) Stockholm (Sweden) Helsinki (Finland) Copenhagen (Denmark) Moscow (Russia) Riga (Latvia) Vilnius (Lithuania) Tallin (Estonia) Berlin (Germany)
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Shallow areas with low or no currents and high evaporation.
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The largest is Gotland 2994 square kms
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The largest Swedish island in Gotland
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The Baltic Sea is a massive body of water and is not located in any city, country, territory, continent, etc. It is a part of the Atlantic Ocean and borders Europe.
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The three contries are Sweden, Finland, and Poland.
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Your question is not clear, the Baltic Sea does boarder Russia and Germany
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Yes, Estonia does touch the Baltic Sea.
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St Petersburg and Kaliningrad
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I'm fairly sure its commonly known as the Fersion Fjord. Hope that helps. Prof. D Peacock I don't think so!!!!!
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Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania
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That will be the Gulf of Bothnia
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Only Copenhagen and Stockholm are located on the Baltic Sea. However, Helsinki and Tallinn are located on the Gulf of Finland, which is an outlet of the Baltic Sea.
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The Russian Enclave if Kaliningrad (amongst others)
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by way of the Volga/Don canal
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No, Hungary is completely landlocked and is not even close to the Baltic.
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The Baltic sea is about 1600 km long, an average of 193 km wide, and an average of 55 m (180 ft, 30 fathoms) deep.
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Lithuania,Latvia, and Estonia
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