Photographer's Note

This is the Caspian Sea, the largest lake of the world. It is located on the northern parts of Iran. This is the plave where nurishes sturgeon fish and subsequently caviar. The area of the Caspian Sea is 371,000 square kilometres (143,244 mi²) and a volume of 78,200 cubic kilometres (18,761 mi³). It is a landlocked endorheic body of water and lies between Asia and Europe. It has a maximum depth of about 1025 meters (3,363 ft). It is called a sea because when the Romans discovered it, they tasted the water and found it to be salty. It has a salinity of approximately 1.2%, about a third the salinity of sea water. It is called Caspian after the name of Qazvin, the northern province of Iran.
The Caspian Sea is bordered by Russia (Dagestan, Kalmykia, Astrakhan Oblast), Azerbaijan, Iran (Guilan, Mazandaran and Golestan provinces), Turkmenistan (Balkan Province), and Kazakhstan, with the central Asian steppes to the north and east. On its eastern Turkmen shore is a large embayment, the Garabogazköl.
The sea is connected to the Sea of Azov by the Manych Canal and the Volga-Don Canal.

berek, jaja1970, Uhu marcou esta nota como útil

Photo Information
Viewed: 2244
Points: 4
Additional Photos by Ali Akbar Abdolrashidi (abdolrashidi) (1655)
View More Pictures