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Kimmerikon Kimmerikón (Greek , ) was an ancient Greek town in Crimea, on the southern shore of the Kerch Peninsula, at the western slope of Mount Opuk, roughly 50 kilometres south-west of modern Kerch. The town was founded by the Milesian colonists in the 5th century BC and flourished at the beginning of the Christian era. Its name may refer to an earlier Cimmerian settlement on the site. Kimmerikon was an important stronghold defending the Bosporan Kingdom from the Scythians. Its walls ranged from 2.5 to 3.5 metres in thickness. In the mid-3rd century AD Kimmerikon was sacked by the Goths, but some measure of urban settlement persisted until the end of the Roman era. The site was excavated by Soviet archaeologists in 1927, 1947–49, and 1950-51.
Wildlife of Ukraine The 33 wetlands inscribed under Ramsar Convention from 1994 till 2013 are the: Aquatic cliff complex of Cape Kazantyp (2004, 251 ha), Aquatic cliff complex of Karadag (2004, 224 ha), Aquatic coastal complex of Cape Opuk (2004, 775 ha), Bakotska Bay (2004, 1,590 ha), Berda River Mouth and Berdianka Spit and Berdianska Bay (1995, 1,800 ha), Big Chapelsk Depression (2004, 2,359 ha), Bilosaraiska Bay and Bilosaraiska Spit (1995, 2,000 ha), Central Syvash (1995, 80,000 ha), Desna River Floodplains (2004, 4,270 ha), Dniester Turunchuk Crossrivers Area (1995, 76,000 ha), Dnipro Oril Floodplains (2004, 2,560 ha), Dnipro River Delta (1995, 26,000 ha), Eastern Syvash (1995, 165,000 ha), Karkinitska and Dzharylgatska Bays (1995, 87,000 ha), Kartal Lake (1995, 500 ha), Kryva Bay and Kryva Spit (1995, 1,400 ha), Kugurlui Lake (1995, 6,500 ha), Kyliiske Mouth (1995, 32,800 ha), Lake Synevyr (2004, 29 ha), Lower Smotrych River (2004, 1,480 ha), Molochnyi Liman (1995, 22,400 ha), Northern Part of the Dniester Liman (1995, 20,000 ha), Obytochna Spit and Obytochna Bay (1995, 2,000 ha), Perebrody Peatlands (2004, 12,718 ha), Polissia Mires (2004, 2,145 ha), Prypiat River Floodplains (1995, 12,000 ha), Sasyk Lake (1995, 21,000 ha), Shagany Alibei Burnas Lakes System (1995, 19,000 ha), Burnas Lakes System (1995, 19,000 ha), Shatsk Lakes (1995, 32,850 ha), Stokhid River Floodplains (1995, 10,000 ha), Tendrivska Bay (1995, 38,000 ha), Tyligulskyi Liman (1995, 26,000 ha), and Yagorlytska Bay (1995, 34,000 ha).
Siberia Airlines Flight 1812 Siberia Airlines Flight 1812 was a commercial flight shot down by the Ukrainian Air Force over the Black Sea on 4 October 2001, en route from Tel Aviv, Israel to Novosibirsk, Russia. The aircraft, a Soviet-made Tupolev Tu-154, carried an estimated 66 passengers and 12 crew members. Most of the passengers were Israelis visiting relatives in Russia. There were no survivors. The crash site is about 190 km west-southwest of the Black Sea resort of Sochi and 140 km north of the Turkish coastal town of Fatsa and 350 km south-southeast of Feodosiya in Crimea. The accident took place at the time of the combat missile launches during the joint Ukrainian-Russian military air defense exercises. The exercises were held at the Russian-controlled training ground of the 31st Russian Black Sea Fleet Research center on Opuk cape near the city of Kerch (Crimea). Ukraine eventually admitted that it caused the crash, probably by an errant S-200 missile fired by its armed forces. Ukraine ended up paying $15 million to surviving family members of 78 victims ($200,000 per victim).
Greeks in pre-Roman Crimea Other Milesian colonies on the Crimean side of the Cimmerian Bosporus included Theodosia, Kimmerikon, Tyritake, and Myrmekion. Theodosia (), present day Feodosia, was founded in the 6th century BCE according to archaeological evidence. It is first recorded in history as resisting the attacks of Satyrus, ruler of the Bosporan Kingdom, about 390 BCE. His successor Leucon transformed it into an important port for shipping wheat to Greece, especially to Athens. Kimmerikon () was founded in the 5th century BCE on the southern shore of the Kerch Peninsula, at the western slope of Mount Opuk, roughly southwest of Panticapaeum. Its name may refer to an earlier Cimmerian settlement on the site. Kimmerikon would become an important stronghold defending the Bosporan Kingdom from the Scythians. Tyritake () was situated in the eastern part of Crimea, about south of Panticapaeum. It is tentatively identified with the ruins in the Kerch district of Kamysh-Burun (Arshintsevo), on the shore of the Cimmerian Bosporus. There are only few short mentions about Tyritake in ancient literary sources. Archaeological projects have established that the colony, founded about the mid-6th century BCE, specialized in crafts and viticulture. In the first centuries of the Common Era, fishing and wine production became the economic mainstay of the town. Myrmēkion () was situated on the shore of the Cimmerian Bosporus, north of Panticapaeum. It was founded in the mid-6th century BCE as an independent "polis", which soon became one of the richest in the region. In the 5th century BCE, the town specialized in winemaking and minted its own coinage. It was surrounded by towered walls, measuring some thick.