Guliaev Koshki

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Guliaev Koshki

 

group of nine small, low islands in the southeastern part of the Barents Sea, east of Russkii Zavorot Cape. Their name comes from the Pomor’e word koshka, or sandbank. The islands separate Pechora Inlet from the Barents Sea.

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