How Crimea lived before the construction of the North Crimean Canal

Can Crimea provide itself with water? After all, if you think about it, the North Crimean Canal was built not so long ago — the water in it reached Crimea first in 1963. Have the inhabitants of the peninsula suffered from the lack of water up to this point as they do today, when the peninsula was again left without the Dneperovskaya life-giving water? In fact, Crimea is not at all as poor in water as we are told today, says Andrey Panov, one of the authors of the “Historical Atlas of Crimean Culture».