Pechenga


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Pechenga

(ˈpɛtʃiŋɡə)
n
(Placename) a region of NW Russia, a former territory of N Finland, ceded by Soviet Russia to Finland in 1920 and taken back in 1944. Former name: Petsamo (1920–1944)
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The next stage of the competition will be held at the training ground in Pechenga district next week.
s concentrator plant in Zapolyarny, Pechenga District, Russia.
The Russian warship, which arrived on Thursday, was joined by large sea tanker Pechenga.
The Warships Display at IMDEX Asia will feature 19 foreign warships from 12 navies, namely Australia (HMAS Perth), Bangladesh (BNS Dhaleshwari), Brunei (KDB Darussalam), China (CNS Yulin), India (INS Satpura and INS Kamorta), Indonesia (a frigate and a patrol craft), Korea (ROKS Incheon), Malaysia (KD Lekir) and Oman (Al-Ofouq-class patrol vessel built by Singapore's very own ST Marine), Russia (Admiral Panteleyev, Pechenga and SB-522), Thailand (HTMS Krabi and P.
It was drilled in the northern NW-trending (300-310[degrees]) and SW-dipping (30-50[degrees]) limb of the Pechenga rift structure, composed of rhythmically alternating metavolcanic and metasedimentary sequences (Kozlovsky, 1987; Trckova et al.
The detachment consisted of The Admiral Panteleyev major anti-submarine ship, The Admiral Nevelskoy and The Peresvet large landing ships, The Foty Krylov ocean-going rescue ship, and The Pechenga sea tanker.
The fleet, including the destroyer Admiral Panteleyev, the amphibious warfare ships Peresvet and Admiral Nevelskoi, the tanker Pechenga and the tugboat Fotiy Krylov left the port of Vladivostok on March 19 to join Russia's Mediterranean task force.
On April 24 upon the end of the visit to the port Bandar Abbas these three warships will set out in the Indian Ocean, they will meet with auxiliary ships from the Pacific Fleet naval force, namely the tanker Pechenga and the sea-going rescue ship Fotiy Krylov in the designated area.
Anti-submarine ship Admiral Tributs and supply ships MB-37 and Pechenga arrived here from the Chinese city of Qingdao, off whose coast the April 22-27 joint drill were held.
A task force of Russian ships, comprising the Varyag missile cruiser, the Admiral Vinogradov, the Marshal Shaposhnikov and the Admiral Tributs large anti-submarine destroyers and the SB-522, MB-37 and Pechenga supply ships, left the port of Qingdao and anchored in the area of the Maritime Cooperation-2012 exercises in the Yellow Sea," the Russian Navy said in a statement.
Monitoring vegetation changes in Pasvik (Norway) and Pechenga in Kola Peninsula (Russia) using multitemporal Landsat MSS/TM data.
After the treaty in 1920 Finland received from Russia the Petsamo, or Pechenga, area in NE Lapland, and the naturalists were keen to put it on their maps: the Geo-Ecological Finland got a new province, Lapponia petsamoensis, which had just been cut out from the former Lapponia inarensis along a very unnatural but politically adequate line.