Vostok Bay
Vostok Bay (Russian: залив Восток, 42°52′33″N 132°44′35″E / 42.87583°N 132.74306°E / 42.87583; 132.74306) is a small (15 km × 6 km or 9.3 mi × 3.7&...
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Nakhodka Bay
133°00′E / 42.817°N 133.000°E / 42.817; 133.000Nakhodka Bay or Nakhodka Gulf (Russian: зали́в Нахо́дка) is a bay of the Peter the Great Gulf of the Sea of Japan, on which ...
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Eastern Bosphorus
131°54′E / 43.067°N 131.900°E / 43.067; 131.900Eastern Bosporus (or Eastern Bosphorus, Russian: Босфор Восточный, Bosfor Vostochny) is a strait that separates the Muravyov...
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Toyama Bay
Toyama Bay (富山湾, Toyama-wan) is a bay located on the northern shores of Honshu, Japan. The bay borders Toyama and Ishikawa prefectures. The bay is known for the mirages on the horizon during t...
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Strait of Tartary
Strait of Tartary (Gulf of Tartary, Gulf of Tatary, Tatar Strait, Tartar Strait, Strait of Tartar, also Russian: Татарский пролив, Chinese: 韃靼海峽; pinyin: Dádá hǎixiá, and Mamiya Strait (Ja...
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Tumen River
The Tumen River, also called the Tuman River ([tumanɡaŋ]; called the Duman in South Korea), is a 521-kilometre (324 mi) long river that serves as part of the boundary between China, North Korea a...
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Sovetskaya Gavan
Sovetskaya Gavan (Russian: Сове́тская Га́вань, lit. Soviet harbor) is a town in Khabarovsk Krai, Russia, and a port on the Strait of Tartary which connects the Sea of Okhotsk in the north with th...
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Cape Povorotny
Cape Povorotny (Russian: Мыс Поворотный, 42°40′38″N 133°2′33″E / 42.67722°N 133.04250°E / 42.67722; 133.04250) is a cape among East Coast of Primorye and South Primorye.The...
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Lazurnaya Bay
Lazurnaya Bay (Russian: бухта Лазурная) is a bay on the east side of the Muravyov-Amursky Peninsula in Russia. It lies to the northeast of Vladivostok and to the southwest from the Three Little Pi...
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Noktundo
Noktundo is a former island in the delta of the Tumen River on the border between Primorsky Krai and North Korea. The area of the island was 32 square kilometres (12 sq mi).In the 15th centu...
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Khasan (urban-type settlement)
Khasan (Russian: Хаса́н) is an urban locality (an urban-type settlement) in Khasansky District of Primorsky Krai, Russia. Population: 742 (2010 Census); 795 (2002 Census); 1,187 ...
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Liancourt Rocks
The Liancourt Rocks, also known as Dokdo or Tokto ([tokt͈o]; Hangul: 독도; hanja: 獨島, literally solitary island) in Korean, and Takeshima (竹島/たけしま, literally bamboo island) in Japanese, ...
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Olga Bay
Olga Bay (Russian: Залив Ольга or Залив Ольги, 43°41′56″N 135°15′04″E / 43.69889°N 135.25111°E / 43.69889; 135.25111) is a small (11x4 km) bay in the Sea of Japan at the ea...
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Ussuri Bay
Ussuri Bay (Russian: Уссурийский залив) is the north-eastern part of the Peter the Great Gulf.It is 67 km long and 10–55 km wide. Its average depth is approximately 40 m (max 69 m).Ussur...
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Sea of Japan naming dispute
The international name for the body of water which is bordered by Japan, North Korea, Russia, and South Korea is disputed. In 1992, objections to the name Sea of Japan were first raised by North Korea...
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Peter the Great Gulf
The Peter the Great Gulf (Russian: Залив Петра Великого) is the largest gulf of the Sea of Japan adjoining the coast of Russia's Primorski Krai. The Muravyov-Amursky Peninsula and a chain of outlying ...
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Zolotoy Rog
131°53′55″E / 43.10833°N 131.89861°E / 43.10833; 131.89861Zolotoy Rog Bay (Russian: Золотой Рог) is a sheltered horn-shaped bay separated from the Peter the Great Gulf of ...
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Usan-do
Usan-do (Korean: 우산도, 于山島) is a historical name for an island in theSea of Japan (East Sea) described in Korean records. It was part of the ancient state of Usan-guk, but its exact identity is di...
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Sakhalin
Sakhalin (Russian: Сахалин, [səxɐˈlʲin]) is a large Russian island in the North Pacific Ocean, lying between 45°50' and 54°24' N. It is Russia's largest island, and is administered as part of...
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Sea of Japan
The Sea of Japan is a marginal sea of the western Pacific Ocean, between the Asian mainland, the Japanese archipelago and Sakhalin. It is bordered by Japan, North Korea, Russia and South Korea. Like t...
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Tumangang
Tumangang-dong (Korean: 두만강동, Russian: Туманган) is a neighbourhood in Sonbong, Rason, North Korea. It is the closest town of North Korea to the border with Russia. Tumangang sits on the Tumen...
Amur Bay
131°44′00″E / 43.10000°N 131.73333°E / 43.10000; 131.73333Amur Bay (Russian: Амурский залив) is a northwestern part of Peter the Great Gulf.Its length is 65 km, width...
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Genkai Sea
The Genkai Sea (玄界灘, Genkai-nada) is a body of water that comprises the southwestern tip of the Sea of Japan and borders the northern coasts of Fukuoka and Saga prefectures.
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Port of Zarubino
131°4′55″E / 42.64139°N 131.08194°E / 42.64139; 131.08194Port of Zarubino (Russian: порт Зарубино) is a sea port situated in Zarubino on the south of Primorsky Krai in the...
Diomede Bay
The Diomede Bay (Russian: бухта Диомид, also Diomid Bay or Diomedes Bay) is a landlocked inlet of the Peter the Great Gulf in the Russian city of Vladivostok. The bay derives its name from Diomedes, t...
Ulleung County
Ulleung County (Ulleung-gun) is a county in North Gyeongsang Province, South Korea.It consists mainly of the island of Ulleungdo, but is held to cover a total of 44 islands, including Dokdo Islets, wh...
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East Korea Bay
East Korea Bay is a bay in North Korea and an extension of the Sea of Japan (East Sea of Korea). It is located between the provinces of Hamnam and Kangwon.
127°49′59″E / 39.5°N 12...
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