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Chetyre Paltsa

Chetyre Paltsa is a small island in the northern shores of Gizhigin Bay, Sea of Okhotsk. It is located 7 km west of the coast of the Varkhalamsky Peninsula.

Chkalov Island

Chkalov Island, formerly Udd Island, is a coastal island in the southern end of the Sea of Okhotsk. It is located off Schastya Bay, between the shorebound lagoon and the sea. Baydukov Island lies only 2 km off its east-southeast tip. Chkalov Isla ...

Dzhagdy Range

The Dzhagdy Range is a range of mountains in far North-eastern Russia. Administratively it belongs partly to Amur Oblast and partly to the Khabarovsk Krai of the Russian Federation.

Dzhugdzhur Mountains

The Dzhugdzhur Mountains or Jugjur Mountains, meaning big bulge in Evenki, are a mountain range in the far east of Siberia that run along the entire northwest coast of the Sea of Okhotsk. In the east, mountains emerge from the Stanovoy Range and ...

Ezop Range

The Ezop Range is a range of mountains in far North-eastern Russia. Administratively it belongs partly to Amur Oblast and partly to the Khabarovsk Krai of the Russian Federation.

Faddeyevsky Peninsula

Faddeyevsky, also known as Faddeyevsky Island, is a large peninsula in the New Siberian Islands, Sakha Republic, Russia. This geographic feature was named after a fur trader called Faddeyev who built the first settlement there.

Feklistova Island

Feklistova or Feklistov Island is one of the Shantar Islands in Sea of Okhotsk. With an area of 372 km², it is the second largest in the archipelago.

Kazanovka

Kazanovka is a rural locality in Novospassky Selsoviet of Arkharinsky District, Amur Oblast, Russia. The population was 36 in 2018. There are 3 streets.

Kekurny Island

Kekurny Island is a very small island in the Gertner Inlet of Taui Bay, in the Sea of Okhotsk, within Magadan Oblast, Russian Far East.

Kigilyakh Peninsula

This geographic feature was named after the Kigilyakh stone pillars. In Soviet times on the Kigilyakh Peninsula, Vladimir Voronin, then in charge of the Polar station on the island, was shown a large standing rock which had been heavily eroded an ...

Koboldo

Koboldo is a rural locality in Koboldinsky Selsoviet of Selemdzhinsky District, Amur Oblast, Russia. The population was 378 as of 2018. There are 15 streets.

Kolyma Mountains

The Kolyma Mountains or Kolyma Upland is a mountain range in northeastern Siberia, lying mostly within the Magadan Oblast, along the shores of the Sea of Okhotsk in the Kolyma region. The ranges highest point is Mount Nevskaya in the Omsukchan Ra ...

Konstantina Bay

Konstantina Bay is a small bay in the northwestern Sea of Okhotsk, just south of the Shantar Islands. It is a western branch of the larger Academy Bay to the east. The bay is about 9.6 km in diameter and its entrance is about 4.8 km wide. Spring ...

Koryak Mountains

The Koryak Mountains or Koryak Highlands are a mountain range in Far-Eastern Siberia, Russia, located partly in Chukotka Autonomous Okrug and in Kamchatka Krai. It is the second largest mountain range in all of Siberia. The highest point in the r ...

Lebyazhya Bay

Lebyazhya Bay is a small bay that indents the south side of Feklistova Island, one of the Shantar Islands, in the western Sea of Okhotsk. Its entrance is 11.3 kilometers wide and it is 5.6 kilometers deep. There are three small bays at its head: ...

Lesser Khingan

Lesser Khingan is a mountain range in Chinas Heilongjiang Province and the adjacent parts of Russias Amur Oblast and Jewish Autonomous Oblast. In China, the Khingan mountains are divided into the Greater Khingan and Lesser Khingan. The Lesser Khi ...

Lindholm Strait

Lindholm Strait is a strait in the northwestern Sea of Okhotsk. It separates Malyy Shantar and Belichiy Islands to the north from the Tugur Peninsula to the south. At its narrowest it is only 3.2 km wide. Tides are semidiurnal. Springs rise 4.9 m ...

Luzhin Bay

Luzhin Bay is a bay in Magadan Oblast, Russian Federation. It is named after Russian cartographer Fyodor Luzhin.

Lyutsun Bay

Lyutsun Bay is a small bay in the western Sea of Okhotsk. To its west lies Uda Gulf, while to its north and east lies the Shantar Sea, and to its south and east Tugur Bay.

Nizhneleninskoye

Nizhneleninskoye is a rural locality in Leninsky District of the Jewish Autonomous Oblast. Located on the Amur River, Nizhneleninskoye is the location for the Tongjiang-Nizhneleninskoye railway bridge which will cross over the river to China. Niz ...

Oremif

Oremif Island is an island in the Sakhalin Gulf, at the southern end of the Sea of Okhotsk. It is located in the Amur Liman, about 3 km from the shore.

Putyatin Island

Putyatin Island is an island in Strelok Bay, near 50 km east of Vladivostok and 35 km west of Nakhodka. It named after Admiral Yevfimy Putyatin. The island is under Fokino city administration. Area is 27.9 km 2 ; the highest point is Startsev Mou ...

Sakhalin Gulf

Sakhalin Gulf is a gulf in the Sea of Okhotsk between continental Russia and the northern tip of Sakhalin Island. The width of the gulf reaches up to 160 km. It is covered with ice from mid-November until late April, but north winds can leave the ...

Sette-Daban

The Sette-Daban is a range of mountains in far North-eastern Russia. Administratively the range belongs partly to the Sakha Republic and partly to the Khabarovsk Krai of the Russian Federation. The area of the Sette-Daban is largely uninhabited. ...

Severo-Vostochnaya Gavan

Severo-Vostochnaya Gavan is a small bay on the north side of Uda Gulf, in the western Sea of Okhotsk. It lies 2.4 km west of Cape Nosorog. It offers shelter from northeast gales.

Shchastya Bay

Shchastya Bay is a long coastal lagoon on the western side of the Sea of Okhotsk facing the northwestern tip of Sakhalin. It is limited in the north by the Petrovskaya Kosa landspit, Chkalov Island and Baydukov Island. The bay is shallow, with ma ...

Shelting Bay

Shelting Bay is a wide bay on the northern coast of the Sea of Okhotsk. It lies just west of Taui Bay. It is entered between Capes Moskvitin and Dalny and is about 32 km wide. Its shores are primarily high and rocky, with the exception of a sandy ...

Shkot Island

Shkot Island is an island in the Eugenie Archipelago within the Peter the Great Gulf of the Sea of Japan. The uninhabited island is one of the five large islands in the archipelago, with an area of 2.6 square kilometres and its highest point at 1 ...

Sivuchi Rocks

The Sivuchi Rocks are a group of barren islets and rocks on the eastern side of Uda Gulf, in the western Sea of Okhotsk.

Spafaryev Islands

The Spafaryev Islands, or Spafaryev Island, a relatively large double island, are located in the Sea of Okhotsk. It was formerly known as Korovi Island. It lies 7 km east of the Antamlan Peninsula, the southernmost peninsula enclosing the Taui Ba ...

Turan Range

The Turan Range is a range of mountains in far North-eastern Russia. Administratively it belongs partly to Amur Oblast and partly to the Khabarovsk Krai of the Russian Federation.

Ushi Island

Ushi Island is an islet in the Eugenie Archipelago within the Peter the Great Gulf of the Sea of Japan. It is administratively part of the city of Vladivostok in Primorsky Krai, Russia. The uninhabited island is located 160 metres north-west of R ...

Ushki Bay

Ushki Bay is located on the northern coast of the Sea of Okhotsk. It lies to the east of the mountainous Lisyansky Peninsula. The bay is 24 km 15 mi wide and lies between Cape Yelagin to the west and Cape Rzhavyy to the east – the latter is visib ...

Yakshin Bay

Yakshin Bay is a small bight in the western Sea of Okhotsk. It is 29 km wide and indents the southwest side of Bolshoy Shantar Island. The bay is entered between Capes Raduzhnyy to the west and Filippa to the east. The Yakshin River flows into th ...

Yam Gulf

Yam Gulf is a large bay in the northeastern Sea of Okhotsk. It forms the southwestern portion of Shelikhov Gulf. To its southeast lie the Yam Islands.

Yam Islands

Not to be confused with Yam Island in Queensland, Australia. The Yam Islands, Yamsky Islands or Yamskiye Islands, is a small island group located close to the coast in the northern Sea of Okhotsk. Administratively the Yam Islands belong to the Ma ...

Zavyalov Island

Zavyalov Island, formerly Ola Island, is a relatively large island in the Sea of Okhotsk, northwestern Pacific. It is located on the eastern side of Taui Bay, 20 km west of Cape Taran, Koni Peninsula, about 50 km south of the city of Magadan. Zav ...

Andi village

The villagers are Andeans censuses may be marked as Avarians. Before the deportation, a large number of Chechens lived there, including the Kharchievs, Sultanovs, Izrailovs, Makhmudovs, Mamaevs, Musalaevs, Apraev-Mamedov, Valiev, Gelegaev, Guchig ...

Armkhi

Armkhi - is a village in Djeyrakhsky District of the Republic of Ingushetia, Russia. The village is known for its year-round recreation resort. Armkhi is one of six rural localities concluding the Dzheyrakh rural settlement.

Ashali village

The village is currently mono-ethnic. Before deportation, Chechens also lived in the village in Chechen "Г "алтала ", Subsequently, after returning from deportation, they received the ethnonym" g этalgнatly "already as a self-name. In 1947, part ...

Chechen Island

Chechen Island is a coastal island on the western shore of the Caspian Sea. It is located 20 km east of Krainovka right off the headland on the northern tip of the Agrakhan Peninsula. This island belongs to the Republic of Dagestan, a federal sub ...

Mount Dyultydag

Dyultydag refers to both a mountain range and its higher summit, Gora Dyultydag. Sometimes the Cyrillic name Дюльтыдаг is transliterated as Dyultydag.

Gagatl village

The village is currently mono-ethnic. Before deportation, Chechens also lived in the village in Chechen" Г "алтала ”, Subsequently, after returning from deportation, they received the ethnonym" g этalgнatly ”already as a self-name. In 1947, part ...

Gunkha village

The village is currently mono-ethnic. Before deportation, Chechens also lived in the village in Chechen "Г "алтала ", Subsequently, after returning from deportation, they received the ethnonym" g этalgнatly "already as a self-name. In 1947, part ...

Kadar, Russia

Kadar is a rural locality in the Buynaksky District of the Republic of Dagestan in Russia. It was one of four villages under the control of the Islamic Djamaat of Dagestan between 1998 and 1999.

Kizlyar Bay

The Kizlyar Bay is a bay of the Caspian Sea located in the Republic of Dagestan, Russian Federation. If the plans for the proposed Eurasia Canal, linking the Caspian Sea with the Black Sea, are ever implemented, it will likely have the Kizlyar Ba ...

Kvanxidatl village

The village is currently mono-ethnic. Before deportation, Chechens also lived in the village in Chechen" Г "алтала ”, Subsequently, after returning from deportation, they received the ethnonym" g этalgнatly ”already as a self-name. In 1947, part ...

Rikvani village

The village is currently mono-ethnic. Before deportation, Chechens also lived in the village in Chechen "Г "алтала ", Subsequently, after returning from deportation, they received the ethnonym" g этalgнatly "already as a self-name. In 1947, part ...

Shatoy

Shatoy is a rural locality and the administrative center of Shatoysky District of the Chechen Republic, Russia. Population: 2.953 ; 1.771. It is located in the southern part of the republic, on the right bank of the Argun River, in the Argun Gorg ...

Tyuleny Island (Caspian Sea)

Tyuleny Island is an uninhabited island in the Caspian Sea. It is located 47 km east of the Dagestan coastline, in the Caspian Sea, near the entrance to the Kizlyar Gulf.