Valdai Hills

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Valdai Hills

(vɑːlˈdaɪ)
pl n
(Placename) a region of hills and plateaus in NW Russia, between Moscow and St Petersburg. Greatest height: 346 m (1135 ft)
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Val•dai′ Hills′

(vɑlˈdaɪ)
n.pl.
a region of hills and plateaus in the W Russian Federation in Europe, at the source of the Volga River: highest point, 1140 ft. (347 m).
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