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SEA

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Dorothy Cuschieri

on 5 August 2015

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Transcript of SEA

The Suez Canal
THE MEDITERRANEAN
SEA
Strait of Gibraltar
The Dardanelles
The Suez Canal is a man made sea-level waterway in Egypt, connecting the
Mediterranean Sea
and the
Red Sea
. It opened after 10 years of construction work.
It allows ship transport between Europe and Asia without navigation around Africa
.
Strait of Gibraltar, is a channel connecting the
Mediterranean Sea
with the
Atlantic Ocean
,
lying between Spain and Africa
. Because of the great strategy, the channel was used by many early voyagers and has continued to be important to Southern Europe, Northern Africa, and Western Asia as a shipping route.
The Dardanelles is a narrow channel
in Turkey
connecting the Aegean Sea to the Sea of Marmara.
It separates Europe from the mainland of Asia
. The channel connects the
Black Sea to the Mediterranean Sea
.
The very narrow and winding shape of the channel resembles that of a river. It is considered one of the most hazardous, crowded, difficult and potentially dangerous waterways in the world. The currents produced by the tidal action in the Black Sea and the Sea of Marmara are such that ships under sail must await at anchorage for the right conditions before entering the Dardanelles.
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