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Crimea, or the Crimean Peninsula, historically also known as the Tauric Peninsula, is a major peninsula in the north of the Black Sea.
Crimea may also refer to:
- Republic of Crimea (2014–), a federal subject of Russia
- Autonomous Republic of Crimea, a subdivision of Ukraine annexed by Russia in 2014
- Roman Crimea (47 BCE – c. 340 CE)
- Crimean Khanate (1441–1783)
- Taurida Governorate (1802–1917), in the Russian Empire
- During the Russian Civil War:
- Crimean Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic (1921–1945), in the RSFSR
- During World War II:
- Crimean Oblast (1945–1991) within the Soviet Union
- Crimean Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic (1991–1992), in Ukraine
- Republic of Crimea (country), a short-lived country existing in March 2014
- Crimean Federal District (2014–2016), a federal district of Russia
- Krim (disambiguation)
- Krym (disambiguation)
- Krymsky (disambiguation)
- Stary Krym, the city eponymous of the name of the peninsula
- Chimera (disambiguation)
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