Zolotoy Rog Bay (Russian: Золотой Рог) is a sheltered horn-shaped bay separated from the Peter the Great Gulf of the Sea of Japan by Shkota Peninsula on the north-west, Cape Goldobina on the east-north-east, and Cape Tigrovy on the west. The bay is seven kilometers long, with a width of about two kilometers and a depth ranging from 20 to 27 meters. The Russian port of Vladivostok lies on the hills at the head of the bay.
Latitude: 43° 06' 18.00" N
Longitude: 131° 53' 32.99" E
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