|> I'm old enough to be educated in an old soviet school.
Did you also learn handling a kalashnikov at school? (no joke =)
> Things are more complicated than I thought before =)
Look, the source of the classification is Greece and their perspective.
They knew the Mediterranean area and the Black and the Red Sea,
but things like Ural were out of scope.
It's pretty much impossible to have a logical definition which is acceptable for the masses...
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