Kola Peninsula

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Ko·la Peninsula

 (kō′lə)
A peninsula of northwest Russia projecting eastward from Scandinavia between the White Sea and the Barents Sea.

Kola Peninsula

(ˈkəʊlə)
n
(Placename) a peninsula in NW Russia, between the Barents and White Seas: forms most of the Murmansk region. Area: about 130 000 sq km (50 000 sq miles)

Ko′la Penin′sula

(ˈkoʊ lə)
n.
a peninsula in the NW Russian Federation in Europe, between the White and Barents seas.
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Noun1.Kola Peninsula - a peninsula in northwestern Russia projecting eastward between the Barents Sea and the White Sea
Russian Federation, Russia - a federation in northeastern Europe and northern Asia; formerly Soviet Russia; since 1991 an independent state
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Murmansk in the Kola Inlet and Arkhangelsk in the White Sea were the principal destination ports for Allied convoys to northern Russia.
Inching up the Kola inlet, they were warned of 12 U-boats lying in wait.
It was a very difficult time, we sailed between Scapa Flow, in northern Scotland and Kola Inlet, in Russia.