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In Europe

Why is the Iberian Peninsula called a peninsula?

The word is from the Latin 'paene insula' meaning 'almost island'. By definition, a peninsula is an area of land surrounded by water on three sides. Since the Iberian Peninsul (MORE)
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Where is the Delmarva Peninsula?

The Delmarva Peninsula sits on the Eastern Coast of the United States of America and it is mostly in Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia. Chesapeake Bay sits to its west and the (MORE)

Why is Delaware called the Delmarva peninsula?

The peninsula where Delaware is located actually has parts of three different states - all of Delaware, the eastern portion of Maryland, and a small portion of Virginia (the s (MORE)
In Europe

What are Peninsulas?

  It's a land formation bordered on three sides by water, and protrudes out from a larger portion of land.
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