Gulf of Bothnia


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Related to Gulf of Bothnia: Baltic Sea, Aland islands
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Noun1.Gulf of Bothnia - a northern arm of the Baltic Sea; between Sweden and Finland
Aaland islands, Ahvenanmaa, Aland islands - an archipelago of some 6,000 islands in the Gulf of Bothnia under Finnish control
Baltic, Baltic Sea - a sea in northern Europe; stronghold of the Russian navy
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Yet he might have united them to his empire and in a single reign would have extended Russia from the Gulf of Bothnia to the mouths of the Danube.
The restructure is intended at improving the ferry service and transport connections among the two cities, which face each other across the narrowest section of the Gulf of Bothnia.
Some three hours from the capital Helsinki, washed by the chilly Gulf of Bothnia, Rauma is a cobbled network of wonderfully preserved wooden buildings, some dating from the 1600s, most late 1800s.
On the heavy metals and chlorinated hydrocarbons in the Gulf of Bothnia in Finland.
One project that could benefit has been proposed in the Tornio region, 575 miles north of Helsinki at the northern tip of the Gulf of Bothnia, where steel manufacturer Outokumpu is seeking to build a $150 million LNG terminal.
In the past, before all-year shipping commenced (1970) in the Gulf of Bothnia, in severe ice seasons 'ice bridges' formed across the gulf in the narrow straits between Finland and Sweden, the Northern Quark and the Southern Quark.
There will be three cruises from Harwich International Port in May 2013 - to the Baltic, Norway and Lapland, through the Gulf of Bothnia - and a mini-cruise in June 2013.
TVO has already reached the decision in principle from the Finnish government and parliament to construct OL4 on Olkiluoto Island, which is just offshore in the Gulf of Bothnia in southwestern Finland.
Gutsy Janne Laitinen drove an Audi RS6 saloon car with specially studded tyres on the frozen Gulf of Bothnia in the Baltic Sea, Finland.
The city is located some 15 kilometres (9 mi) from the Gulf of Bothnia, on the estuary of the Kokemaenjoki river, which is the largest in Finland.