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Tweet The name Devon derives from Dumnonia, which translates into “deep valleys” in Welsh. Britons inhabited Dumnonia at the time of the Roman conquest of Britain. North Devon is an area where you will find valleys with wind-sculptured trees and …

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Tweet From Morskoye to Solnechnaya Dolina The village of Morskoye used to be called Kapsihor – “scorched earth” in Greek. During excavations, archaeologists discovered many remains of pottery, which may indicate the presence of ancient pottery production in this area. …

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Tweet JUR-JUR “Babbling” The Ayu-Dag is the largest mountain in Crimea made up from an array of undeveloped rocks left over from the eruption of a volcano in the Middle Jurassic period, the molten magma did not escape to the surface, …

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Tweet The teeth of Ai-Petri above the Pearl of Crimea Yalta is known as the pearl of the Crimean Riviera. The city of Yalta was founded by Greek navigators, who named it ‘yalita’ means on the coast. Yalta, was brought …

Traveling around Crimea Chapter VII

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Tweet The Church of Christ’s Resurrection on the Baydarsky Pass The road from Balaklava to Orlinoe, this was the old Tatar settlement, which used to be called Baydary. Passing through the Baydar Valley which slowly and gradually rises up the …