What is the largest inland body of water in Europe?

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What is the largest inland body of water in Europe?
I need help on a crossword =)
The clue is "This water feature, the largest inland body of water, is a terminal lake meaning its water never reaches the ocean. (2 words)" All I know is that the first letter is C. There are 10 letters, and there is no space in between the 2 words.

Best answer:

Answer by kingbow111
Caspian Sea

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2 Responses to What is the largest inland body of water in Europe?

  1. Derek M

    Caspian Sea

    Caspian Sea

    Inland salt lake between Europe and Asia, bordering Azerbaijan, Russia, Kazakhstan, and Iran. With a basin 750 mi (1,200 km) long and up to 200 mi (320 km) wide and an area of 149,200 sq mi (386,400 sq km), it is the largest inland body of water in the world. Though it receives many rivers, including the Volga, Ural, and Kura, the sea itself has no outlet. It was important as a commercial route in the premodern era, when it formed part of the Mongol-Baltic trade route for goods from Asia. It is now a major source of petroleum. Its numerous ports include Baku in Azerbaijan and Bandar-e Anzali and Bandar-e Torkaman in Iran.

  2. Good guy


    OK, guys, it should be Caspian sea.
    But, except Russia, the caspian shores only border asian countries ( Turkmenistan, Kakakhstan, Azerbaidjan and Iran ). It is not considered as an european sea…

    Well, it’s my feeling…

    Bye !!

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