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Explore Liinakhamari in Russia

Liinakhamari in the region of Murmansk is a town in Russia - some 979 mi or ( 1575 km ) North of Moscow , the country's capital city .

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Current time in Liinakhamari is now 02:58 PM (Tuesday) . The local timezone is named " Europe/Moscow " with a UTC offset of 4 hours. Depending on the availability of means of transportation, these more prominent locations might be interesting for you: Pechenga, Parkkino, Murmansk, Kakuri, and Salla. Since you are here already, make sure to check out Pechenga . We encountered some video on the web . Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation. Where to go and what to see in Liinakhamari ? We have collected some references on our attractions page.


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Schneesturm bei Vadso im Februar 2010 in Finnmark in der Barentsee ..

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Interesting facts about this location

Pechenga Bay

Pechenga Bay (Russian: Печенгская губа; also Petsamo Fjord and Pechenga Fjord) is a fjord-like bay of the Barents Sea on the Kola Peninsula in the Murmansk Oblast, Russia, about 25 km east from the border with Norway. It has rocky shores and stretches inland for 17 km. The Pechenga River discharges into the bay. The settlements of Pechenga and Liinakhamari are located on the shores of the bay.

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Located at 69.61 31.37 (Lat./Long.); Less than 3 km away
Tags: Bays of Murmansk Oblast, Bays of the Barents Sea

Pechenga River

Pechenga is a river in Murmansk Oblast, Russia. It is the namesake for the Pechenga settlement, Pechenga Monastery and the Pechenga District. The river discharges into the Pechenga Bay by the Barents Sea coast. The river is heavily contaminated by heavy metals due to mining operations in the river basin.

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Located at 69.58 31.27 (Lat./Long.); Less than 7 km away
Tags: Drainage basins of the Barents Sea, Rivers of Murmansk Oblast

Dolgaya Shchel

Dolgaya Shchel is a body of water on the northwestern coast of the Kola Peninsula, Murmansk Oblast, Russia.

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Located at 69.72 31.21 (Lat./Long.); Less than 10 km away
Tags: Bays of Murmansk Oblast, Bays of the Barents Sea

Pechenga Monastery

The Pechenga Monastery was for many centuries the northernmost monastery in the world. It was founded in 1533 at the influx of the Pechenga River into the Barents Sea, 135 km west of modern Murmansk, by St. Tryphon, a monk from Novgorod. Inspired by the model of the Solovki, Tryphon wished to convert the local Skolts to Christianity and to demonstrate how faith could flourish in the most inhospitable lands. His example was eagerly followed by other Russian monks.

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Located at 69.54 31.21 (Lat./Long.); Less than 11 km away
Tags: Buildings and structures in Murmansk Oblast, Monasteries in Russia, Pechengsky District, Religious organizations established in 1533, Russian Orthodox monasteries

Petsamo–Kirkenes Offensive

The Petsamo–Kirkenes Offensive was a major military offensive during World War II, mounted by the Red Army against the Wehrmacht in 1944 in northern Finland and Norway. The offensive defeated the Wehrmacht's forces in the Arctic, driving them back into Norway, and was called the "Tenth Shock" by Stalin. It later expelled German forces from the northern part of Norway and seized the nickel mines of Pechenga/Petsamo.

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Located at 69.43 31.23 (Lat./Long.); Less than 24 km away
Tags: 1944 in Norway, Battles and operations of the Soviet–German War, Battles involving the Soviet Union, Conflicts in 1944, Military in the Arctic, Military operations of World War II involving Germany, Naval battles and operations of World War II (European theatre), Norway–Soviet Union relations, Strategic operations of the Red Army in World War II