Zolotoi Rog

The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Zolotoi Rog

 

a bay at the head of the Petr Velikii Bay in the Sea of Japan, along the southern shore of the Murav’evAmur Peninsula. It is horn-shaped and well protected from winds. Length, over 7 km; width, over 2 km at its entrances and 1 km in interior sections; depth, 20-30 m at its entrances. The city and port of Vladivostok (USSR) is located on the shore of Zolotoi Rog Bay.

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