Question by hot_chickita_on_the_beach: How wide is the space between Siberia and Alaska?
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Answer by Denali
The Bering Strait at the minimum is 80 km (58 mi) in width.
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Snow B says
Kiwi Pete says
As wide as a line on a map.
The Bering Strait runs between Siberia and Alaska and is approx. 58 miles wide. Also the International Dateline.