Amur Bay

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Amur Bay (Russian: Амурский залив) is a northwestern part of Peter the Great Gulf.

Its length is 65 km, width is 10–20 km, and depth is approximately 20 m.[1]

Amur Bay is a popular recreation area in Primorsky Krai. There are many sanatoriums, resorts and children's summer camps.

Vladivostok is situated on the eastern coast of the bay. Other large settlements are Trudovoe and Uglovoe.

The Eastern Bosphorus connects Amur Bay and Ussuri Bay. Amba, Razdolnaya, Narva, and Barabashevka Rivers flow into Amur Bay.


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