Arkhangelsk Oblast GuideArkhangelsk Oblast is a region in Northwestern Russia, which borders Karelia to the west, the White Sea to the north, Nenetsia to the northeast, Komi Republic to the east, Kirov Oblast to the southeast, and Vologda Oblast to the south. HotelsFind hotels in Arkhangelsk, Arkhangelsk and more.
Popular in Arkhangelsk OblastArkhangelskArkhangelsk is a regional center in Northwestern Russia, located on both banks of Northern Dvina river near its inflow into the White Sea, about 1100 km to the north of Moscow and about 1500 km northeast of Saint Petersburg.
In Arkhangelsk OblastKotlasKotlas is a city in Arkhangelsk Oblast incorporated in 1917. It is located where the Rivers Dvina and Vychegda join. Solovetsky IslandsThe Solovetsky Islands are a group of islands in the White Sea in Arkhangelsk. It is a true pearl of Russian north. KargopolKargopol is a historically important town in Arkhangelsk Oblast. It is a convenient base for exploring Kenozersky National Park and is a destination in its own right for its traditional wooden architecture. SeverodvinskSeverodvinsk is a city on the White Sea in Arkhangelsk Oblast and is a major base and construction site for Russian nuclear submarines. Belushya GubaBelushya Guba is a city in the arctic archipelago Novaya Zemlya belonging to Arkhangelsk Oblast.
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