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Vy·borg

 (vē′bôrg′, -bərk)
A city of northwest Russia northwest of St. Petersburg on the Gulf of Finland near the Finnish border. A Swedish castle was built here in 1293 and captured by Russian forces in 1710.

Vyborg

(Russian ˈvibərk)
n
(Placename) a port in NW Russia, at the head of Vyborg Bay (an inlet of the Gulf of Finland): belonged to Finland (1918–40). Pop: 79 224 (2002). Finnish name: Viipuri Swedish name: Viborg

Vy•borg

(ˈvi bɔrg)

n.
a seaport in the NW Russian Federation in Europe, on the Gulf of Finland. 79,000. Finnish, Viipuri.
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Saipem is to build the first of the two parallel pipelines of the Nord Stream project, which is supposed to link the Russian town of Vyborg with Lubmin in Germany through the Baltic Sea.
It will link the Russian city of Vyborg and Greifswald in Germany, running under the Baltic Sea and passing through Russian, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and German waters.
The pipeline will transport up to 55bn cubic meters of gas a year from 2012 from Vyborg in Russia to the German port of Greifswald.