Ocean Ports of Call

Anadyr - Russia, East Highlights:
Soviet era city
Anadyr lies on the southern shore of the estuary of the Anadyr River, which empties into the Bering Sea in far northeastern Russia. It is the largest city and the seat of government for the region of Chukotka and has a population of about 10,000. It is very much a Soviet city -- cement block apartment complexes line the streets like barracades, and the symbols of the Soviet era can still be found here and there. It is a port on the Northern Sea Route and has a meteorologic station and a fishery factory.

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