The Black Sea, also known as the Black Sea, is an inland sea area, connected to the great oceans through a few small canals. Located in a very special position, the Black Sea is adjacent to 6 surrounding countries such as Turkey, Bulgaria, Romania, Ukraine, Russia and Georgia.
It lies between Southeast Europe and Asia with an area of 436,400 km 2 and a depth of more than 2,000m.
There are many theories about the name of the Black Sea. Many people believe that it is called because the sea water has low salt concentration, creating conditions for micro-algae to grow abundantly in surface water layers, which makes the water color dark. called the Black Sea.
In fact, not many researchers agree with this argument. They said that in ancient times, different colors were chosen to indicate different directions : Black - North, Red - South, Yellow - East and West - White.
Location of the Black Sea.
Black Sea is located in the North of the Mediterranean Sea (where the ancient people here is said to be in the middle of the Earth) so it is called the Black Sea means a sea in the North .
Besides, there are also many scholars saying that in the past, this was an extremely dangerous sea area with severe weather. The ships are often sunk by sea storms because they cannot find places to anchor or avoid storms; Due to so many shipwrecks, the ancient people called this the black sea to warn the crew when coming here.
Black Sea.(Photo taken from satellite).
Today, we sometimes still find some remnants from ancient shipwrecks like masts, ropes . Around them are hundreds of scary legends about sailors who lost.
The special thing here is that the aquifers of the Black Sea are not mixed together . At a depth of more than 200m there is almost no life because of the large concentration of hydrogen sulphide , which prevents the presence of oxygen in the deepest aquifers.
Images of shipwrecks.
They are almost intact against the onslaught of time.
This inadvertently makes the ruins of shipwrecks virtually unaffected by time, ropes or wooden planks are intact, not rotting or rather, the decomposition process is very slow. Therefore, people around here think that the deepest place of the Black Sea is the house of . the god of death.