Onega Canal
The Onega Canal (Russian: Онежский канал) is a canal that runs along the southern banks of Lake Onega in Vytegorsky District of Vologda Oblast and Podporozhsky District of Leningrad Oblasts in Rus...
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Murmansk Shipping Company
Murmansk Shipping Company (Russian: Мурманское морское пароходство), often abbreviated as MSCO, is a Russian shipping company based in Murmansk (hence the name). One of the primary shipping compan...
Siberian River Routes
Siberian River Routes were the main ways of communication in the Russian Siberia before the 1730s, when roads began to be built. The rivers also were of primary importance in the process of Russian ex...
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Storozhenskiy Light
Storozhenskiy Light (Russian: Стороженский маяк), also known as Storozhno Light, is an active lighthouse in Lake Ladoga, in the Leningrad Oblast, Russia. It is located on a headland on the eastern...
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Borodino-class motorship
Borodino class motorship was a class of Russian river passenger ships. The series is named after Borodino village, and the ships themselves are notable for their size, power, and use in the Russo-Jap...
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Krasnoye Sormovo Factory No. 112
43°52′E / 56.367°N 43.867°E / 56.367; 43.867Krasnoye Sormovo Factory No. 112 named after Andrei Zhdanov (Russian: Судостроительное предприятие "Кра́сное Со́рмово" имени А....
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Belozersky Canal
37°46′20″E / 60.0351722°N 37.77222°E / 60.0351722; 37.77222The Belozersky Bypass Canal (Russian: Белозерский канал, Белозерский обводной канал) is a canal around the south...
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United Shipbuilding Corporation
United Shipbuilding Corporation (Russian: Объединённая судостроительная корпорация) is an open joint stock company in Russia which unites shipbuilding, repair and maintenance subsidiaries in weste...
North River Terminal
The North River Terminal or Rechnoy Vokzal (Russian: Речной вокзал, meaning "River Station"), is one of two passenger terminals of river transport in Moscow. It is also the main hub for long-range...
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Volgotanker
Volgotanker (Russian: ОАО «Волжское нефтеналивное пароходство „Волгота́нкер“», '"Volgotanker" Volga Oil Tanker Shipping JSC') was a Russian company engaged in the business of transporting oil and ...
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Northern Catherine Canal
Northern Ekaterininsky Canal (Russian: Cеверо-Екатерининский канал, Severo-Yekaterininsky Kanal), or Catherine's Canal is an abandoned canal in the Komi Republic and Perm Krai in northern Russia, ...
Osinovetsky Light
Osinovetsky Light (Russian: Осиновецкий маяк) is an active lighthouse in Lake Ladoga, in Leningrad Oblast, Russia. It is located on a headland near the southwest corner of the lake near Kokorevo. ...
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Northern Sea Route
The Northern Sea Route (Russian: Се́верный морско́й путь, Severnyy morskoy put, shortened to Севморпуть, Sevmorput) is a shipping lane officially defined by Russian legislation from the Kara Sea t...
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Dobroflot
Dobroflot or Dobrovolny Flot (Russian: Добровольный флот, Доброфлот, meaning "Voluntary Fleet") was a ship transport association established in the Russian Empire in 1878 funded from voluntary co...
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Tikhvinskaya water system
33°08′31″E / 59.664528°N 33.14194°E / 59.664528; 33.14194Tihvinskaya water system was one of the waterways connecting the Volga with the Baltic Sea, and specifically the Molog...
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Baltic Shipyard
The Baltic Shipyard (Baltiysky Zavod, formerly Shipyard-189) (Russian: Балтийский завод имени С. Орджоникидзе) is one of the oldest shipyards in Russia. It is located in Saint Petersburg in the so...
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Port of Murmansk
Murmansk Commercial Seaport (Russian: Мурманский морской торговый порт) is a seaport located on the eastern shore of the Kola Bay of the Barents Sea in the city of Murmansk. The port ranks fourth ...
Sredne-Nevskiy Shipyard
The Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard was founded before the end of the 19th century in Saint Petersburg, Russia. In 1917 it employed 17,000 people. It established a branch in Nikolaev in the early years of the ...