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Live webcam overlooking the beach in the town of Balaklava (Sevastopol, Crimea).

The lens covers part of the water area and the coast, equipped with beach equipment. You can see the hotel buildings behind. You can watch the weather and what is happening at any time of the day from anywhere in the world, thanks to the broadcast in real time.

Balaklava, whose webcams can be viewed on this site, is located in a cozy bay.

You can get here if you move south from Sevastopol. Balaklava is located at a distance of 12 km from it.
This town has a long and eventful history. Therefore, here you can always see and learn a lot of interesting and unique things.
In different periods of history, these lands were owned by the Greeks, immigrants from Genoa, the Ottomans. According to some reports, the city owes its unusual name to the Turkish conquerors. In the Turkish language, Balaklava means "fish bag" or "fish nest".
This town gained popularity as a resort at the beginning of the last century. Balaklava is loved for its stunning nature, beautiful views reminiscent of European landscapes, as well as many attractions and entertainment.
A few decades ago, Balaklava was a secret strategic and military facility. It was here that the declassified base of Soviet submarines was located. The very nature has made this place closed from prying eyes and weapons of enemies. Here, not only submarines were hidden, but also a warehouse of nuclear warheads. After all, it was here that the top-secret repair company was located.
At the same time, up to 10 large submarines could be accommodated in the catacombs of the complex. At the end of the Cold War, the base was declassified, and the submarines were removed. Today the strategic object is a museum, which will be interesting for both adults and children.

The oldest architectural monument on the territory of Balaklava is the Cembalo fortress, built by the Genoese in the XIV century on Mount Kastron.

After the construction, the first fortifications were destroyed by the troops of the Horde Khan Janibek. But later the object was restored. After another 100 years, the Theodorites came here. The Genoese managed to return these lands only for a short period. After that, the territory again went to the Ottoman Turks.
Until our time, only ruins have survived from the former greatness. But even today, dilapidated towers and fragments of walls excite the imagination and often become a platform for exclusive photo sessions.

If so far there is no opportunity or time to go to Crimea, Balaklava's webcams will help you make an amazing walk online.

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