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Chukotka and Kamchatka
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Provincial town: Nizhnekamchatsk Area (sq miles): no notation Population: no notation Population density: unknown Cities: no notation
There is enough trade to satisfy needs. The climate is harsh. And now fasten your seatbelts: the noteworthy features of Chukotka and Kamchatka include Petropavlovsk harbor, the "marvelous" Abachinskaia, Koriatskaia, and Kliusevskaia (Kamchatskaia) peaks. And it gets better. There are volcanoes - or "fire-breathing hills" - and eternally snow-capped mountains. Throw in some hot springs for the win.
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