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Chersonesus is an ancient city near Sevastopol, Crimea.
- Hersonissos, Crete, Greece, a village near the historical harbour of Lyctus
- Chersonesos (Sicily), an ancient Greek colony in Sicily, Italy
- Chersonesos (Thrace), an ancient Greek colony in what is today the Gallipoli peninsula
- Chersonesus in Europa, an ancient city and bishopric in Turkish Thrace
- Chersonesus Parva, a town in ancient Egypt
- Taurica or Chersonesus Taurica, today known as the Crimean Peninsula
- Gallipoli, Turkey, called Chersonesus Thracica in antiquity
- Jutland Peninsula, Denmark, called Chersonesus Cimbrica in antiquity
- Malay Peninsula, Malaysia, identified with the Golden Chersonese, or the Chersonesus Aurea, in antiquity
- Chersonese (disambiguation)
- Chersonesos A, a shipwreck off the coast of the Crimean peninsula
- Chersonesus Cathedral, in Chersonesus, Crimea
- Roman Catholic Diocese of Chersonesus (disambiguation)
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