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Kinburn can mean the following:
- Kinburn spit in Ukraine, on the Black Sea, forming the western tip of Kinburn peninsula and south shore of the Dnieper river estuary. In the 18th and 19th centuries the it was guarded by the:
- Kinburn Fortress (Kılburun in Turkish), a historic fortress at the western tip of Kinburn Peninsula, dominating the exit from the Dnieper estuary, facing Ochakiv, the site of the Battle of Kinburn in 1787 during the Russo-Turkish War, 1787-1792, as well as the Battle of Kinburn in 1855 during the last stage of the Crimean War.
- Kinburn Palanka an administrative division of the Zaporizhian Sich in the 17th century
- Kinburn, Ontario, in the Canadian province of Ontario, itself referring to either of:
- Several Russian warships were named after the battle
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