Check out a map of the NW coast of the Sea of Azov (Russian-Occupied Ukraine). There are a series of capes, narrow spits of land, regularly spaced, from Mariupol to Crimea. The sea is shallow, and doesn’t get any hurricanes, how do these features form? Its hard to see how the wind would have a long fetch in such a cramped embayment. Is a puzzlement.
There are 5 capes, evenly spaced, on about 300 km of coast. They show up really well on Google Earth. Very strange.