Bolshiye Peshnyye Islands

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The Bolshiye Peshnyye Islands (Ostrova Bol'shiye Peshnyye) is a group of two small islands in the Caspian Sea. It is located 7 km off the coast, 15 km SSE of Peshnoy.

The Bolshiye Peshnyye Islands are 2.5 km away from each other. The northern island has a length of 2 km and a maximum width of 0.7 km. The crescent-shaped southern island is 3.2 km long and only 400 m wide on average.

Administratively the Bolshiye Peshnyye Islands belong to the Atyrau Province of Kazakhstan.

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Coordinates: 46°47′N 51°44′E / 46.783°N 51.733°E / 46.783; 51.733