Original name in latin Kandalaksha
Name in other language Kaeddluhtt, Kandalaksa, Kandalakscha, Kandalaksha, Kandalaksja, Kandalaksza, Kandalaka, Kandalaka, Kandaaksza, Kannanlahti, Kannanlaksi, Kannanlaki, Kantalahti, Kddluhtt, kandallagsya, kanradakusha, Кандалакша
State code RU
Continent/City Europe/Moscow
longitude 67.162
latitude 32.41229
altitude 40
Population 38431
Date 2012-12-28

Cities with a population over 1000 database. 2013.

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  • Kandalaksha Gulf — The Kandalaksha Gulf ( ru. Кандалакшский залив) is located in the Republic of Karelia, and Murmansk Oblast in northwestern Russia. Forming the north western corner of the White Sea, it is one of four large bays and gulfs of this sea, the others… …   Wikipedia

  • Golfe de Kandalaksha — Golfe de Kandalakcha 66°22′N 34°30′E / 66.367, 34.5 …   Wikipédia en Français

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