Logashkino

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Coordinates: 70°51′N 153°55′E / 70.850°N 153.917°E / 70.850; 153.917

Logashkino on the map

Logashkino (Russian: Лога́шкино) was a settlement in Nizhnekolymsky Ulus of the Sakha Republic, Russia, which was abolished in 1998.[1] It was a trading post on the shores of the Kolyma Bay, East Siberian Sea, located in the Logashkino harbor. Elevation: 29 feet (8.8 m).[2]

The settlement was located just east of the mouth of the Alazeya River in an area of tundra, swamps, and lakes.

See also[edit]

  • Valkumey - Another Siberian ghost town

References[edit]

  1. ^ Resolution #443 of September 29, 1998 On Exclusion of Inhabited Localities from the Records of Administrative and Territorial Division of the Sakha (Yakutia) Republic
  2. ^ idlebox.net - STX Expression Parser Example - Online CSV Data Filter - Cities in Russia

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