Tyrrhenian Sea

Tyrrhenian Sea.

The Tyrrhenian Sea (Italian: Mar Tirreno) is part of the Mediterranean Sea.

The sea touches the borders of these regions: Corsica and Sardinia (west), Tuscany, Lazio, Campania, Basilicata, and Calabria (east), and Sicily (south).

Its name derives from the Greek name for the Etruscans.

In the Third and Second centuries BC the Romans called it "Mare Nostrum".



Other Languages
Afrikaans: Tirreense See
aragonés: Mar Tirrena
asturianu: Mar Tirrenu
azərbaycanca: Tirren dənizi
تۆرکجه: تیرنی دنیزی
башҡортса: Тиррен диңгеҙе
беларуская: Тырэнскае мора
беларуская (тарашкевіца)‎: Тырэнскае мора
български: Тиренско море
bosanski: Tirensko more
brezhoneg: Mor Tirrenia
català: Mar Tirrena
Cymraeg: Môr Tirrenia
dolnoserbski: Tyrrenske mórjo
español: Mar Tirreno
Esperanto: Tirena maro
Gaeilge: Muir Thoirian
galego: Mar Tirreno
한국어: 티레니아해
հայերեն: Տիրենյան ծով
hornjoserbsce: Tyrrenske morjo
hrvatski: Tirensko more
Bahasa Indonesia: Laut Tirenia
íslenska: Tyrrenahaf
italiano: Mar Tirreno
Кыргызча: Тиррен деңизи
latviešu: Tirēnu jūra
lietuvių: Tirėnų jūra
Ligure: Mâ Tirren
Limburgs: Tyrreense Zieë
Lingua Franca Nova: Mar Tireno
македонски: Тиренско Море
მარგალური: ტირენიაშ ზუღა
Bahasa Melayu: Laut Tyrrhenian
Nederlands: Tyrreense Zee
Napulitano: Mar Tirreno
norsk nynorsk: Tyrrenhavet
occitan: Mar Tirrèna
oʻzbekcha/ўзбекча: Tirren dengizi
português: Mar Tirreno
sicilianu: Mari Tirrenu
slovenčina: Tyrrhenské more
slovenščina: Tirensko morje
српски / srpski: Тиренско море
srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски: Tirensko more
Tagalog: Dagat Tireno
Türkçe: Tiren Denizi
українська: Тірренське море
vèneto: Mar Tiren
Tiếng Việt: Biển Tyrrhenus
Winaray: Dagat Tirreno