E74 | Through your eyes | Crimea

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The Crimean Peninsula in Ukraine is a small autonomous republic characterized by its Mediterranean climate, under which reknown vineyards grow, and by its strategic location that guarantees Russia access to warm seas. Stalin even had an underwater base built there, in Balaklava, in the port of Sevastopol. Colonel Borisevitch, the former base director, guides Sophie through tunnels, warheads and locks worthy of a spy movie setting.

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