Finland, Gulf of
- part of the Baltic Sea betw. Finland and Russia.
Webster's Gazetteer. 2013.
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Finland,Gulf of — Finland, Gulf of An arm of the Baltic Sea bordering on Finland, Russia, and Estonia. An important shipping lane, the shallow gulf is usually frozen from December to March. * * * … Universalium
Finland, Gulf of — ▪ gulf, Northern Europe Finnish Suomen Lahti, Russian Finsky Zaliv, easternmost arm of the Baltic Sea, between Finland (north) and Russia and Estonia (east and south). Covering an area of 11,600 square miles (30,000 square km), the… … Universalium
Finland, Gulf of — geographical name arm of Baltic Sea between Finland & Estonia … New Collegiate Dictionary
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Gulf of Finland — The Gulf of Finland (Finnish: Suomenlahti , Russian: Финский залив , Finskiy zaliv , Swedish: Finska viken , Estonian: Soome laht ) is the easternmost arm of the Baltic Sea that extends between Finland (to the north) and Estonia (to the south)… … Wikipedia
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Finland — • As of the time of this article, a department or province of the Russian Empire; bounded on the north by Norway, on the west by Sweden and the Gulf of Bothnia, on the south by the Gulf of Finland Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006.… … Catholic encyclopedia