Vladivostok

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Vladivostok
Manor of Julius Bryner, in front of which stands the statue of his grandson Juli (the actor Yul Brynner), Aleutskaya St.
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Manor of Julius Bryner, in front of which stands the statue of his grandson Juli (the actor Yul Brynner), Aleutskaya St.

Vladivostok (Владивосток) yε kuro kεseε a εwɔ Russia.[1] Emu nipa dodoɔ yɛ 600,378.[2]

Vladivostok (Russian: Владивосто́к) yɛ nkuro akɛseɛ a ɛhɔ na Primorsky Krai amanmuo nyinaa kɔ so, a ɛwɔ Russia. Kuro no da Golden Horn Bay no ho wɔ Japan [3]man no man mu fa a ɛpo da no, a nasaasetam bɛyɛ 331.16 square kilometers (127.86 square miles), a nasaasetam bɛyɛ 606,561[4] , de kɔsi 812,319.[5] Vladivostok ne kuro a ɛtɔ so mmienu a ɛso yie pa ara wɔ Far Eastern Federal mansini no mu, saa ara nso na Russian Far East, sɛ woyi Khabarovsk firi hɔ a.[6]

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  1. https://geohistory.today/vladivostok/
  2. https://www.britannica.com/place/Vladivostok
  3. https://www.ana.co.jp/en/ca/plan-book/where-we-travel/vladivostok/
  4. https://www.citypopulation.de/en/russia/cities/fareast/
  5. https://forumvostok.ru/en/about/vladivostok/
  6. https://studyinrussia.ru/en/life-in-russia/discover-russia/towns/vladivostok/