n. (alternative case form of Crimean peninsula English)
n. Crimea, a peninsula of southern Ukraine between the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov.
Usage examples of "crimean peninsula".
The Venetians established a trading post at Azov, in the same area, north of the Crimean peninsula.
The fight over the Crimean Peninsula was nothing but xenophobic pride and misguided patriotism.
On the other hand, I know St Arnaud thinks it unlikely there can be more than 70,000 Russians mustered in the Crimean peninsula.
The dacha with the sea-blue tile roof was just outside Yalta, on the Crimean peninsula that jutted, squarish, tailed, south into the Black Sea.
But there was an exception to this pattern: in 1201 the Genoese settled at Kaffa on the Crimean peninsula at the north coast of the Black Sea, in rival Venetian territory.
A small village on the coast of the Crimean peninsula, a renowned resort for the military and home to a major Defense Ministry hospital where injured or recuperating officers could convalesce in the sun.
He'd experimented with every imaginable adventure: ice sailing on the Black Sea, parachuting, rock climbing, extreme sports like road luge and boulder biking, and pursuing the most beautiful women, single or married, on the Crimean Peninsula.