Rivermouths Along the Sea of Azov and the Black Sea45.0N 34.0E
The Dnieper River flows across Ukraine, first southeast then southwest, into the Black Sea. Further southwest along the shoreline, the mouth and delta of the Danube River can also be seen.
Lying in the north central part of the Black Sea is the Crimean Peninsula, whose connection to the Ukrainian mainland via the Isthmus of Perekop is punctuated by the salty, marshy inlets of the Sivash Sea.
Both the Danube and the Dnieper can be seen releasing some sediments into the Black Sea, although the concentration appears to heavier in the Sea of Azov near the mouth of the Don.