Original name in latin Spasskoye
Name in other language Spasskoe, Spasskoje, Spasskoye, Спасское
State code RU
Continent/City Europe/Moscow
longitude 55.86048
latitude 45.69695
altitude 130
Population 4023
Date 2012-01-17
Original name in latin Spasskoye
Name in other language Spasskoe, Spasskoye, Спасское
State code RU
Continent/City Asia/Vladivostok
longitude 44.61215
latitude 132.80007
altitude 119
Population 6038
Date 2012-10-06
Original name in latin Spasskoye
Name in other language Spas'ke, Spasskoe, Spasskoye, Спасское, Спаське
State code UA
Continent/City Europe/Kiev
longitude 48.65983
latitude 35.05242
altitude 60
Population 3017
Date 2012-01-18

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