Ussuri Bay

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The Peter the Great Gulf: Amur Bay (west), Muravyov-Amursky Peninsula and Ussuri Bay (east).

Ussuri Bay (Russian: Уссурийский залив) is the north-eastern part of the Peter the Great Gulf.

It is 67 km long and 10–55 km wide. Its average depth is approximately 40 m (max 69 m).

Ussuri Bay is a popular recreation area in Primorsky Krai (Shamora).

Vladivostok is situated on a western coast of the bay, and Bolshoy Kamen on an eastern. Other settlements are Shkotovo, Yemar and Pod'yapolskoye.

The Eastern Bosphorus connects Amur Bay and Ussuri Bay. Artemovka, Shkotovka, Sukhodol, Petrovka rivers flow into Ussuri Bay.

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Coordinates: 43°02′00″N 132°09′00″E / 43.03333°N 132.15000°E / 43.03333; 132.15000