ARKHANGELSK introduction:

Basics:
Port of Arkhangelsk, a major seaport at Arkhangelsk, is located at the mouth of the Northern Dvina River, 50 km from the Dvina Bay of the White Sea. The hub links with coastal areas of the Russian North. Regarding much of Russia's history, it was Russia's main center of international maritime trade conducted by the seaside settlers.

Peripheral Cities:
Arkhangelsk is a regional center in Northwestern Russia. Geographically it is located on both banks of Northern Dvina river near its inflow into the White Sea, about 1100 km to the north of Moscow and about 1500 km northeast of Saint Petersburg.

Traffic:
The Port of Arkhangelsk lies on the shortest sea route from Europe to Southeast Asia, open for business throughout the year. Its marine passenger terminal is located in the city center. In addition to serving the popular tourist route from Arkhangelsk to Solovki, the terminal serves sea and river passenger ships.

Port Area:
Development: During the Soviet period the Port was a major naval and submarine base of the Soviet Navy. It is still a major naval base of the Northern Fleet of the Russian Navy nowadays.

Climate:
Arkhangelsk experiences a subarctic climate with long and very cold winters from November to March the next year but short and cool summers from June to August.

ARKHANGELSK's major ports:

Near the port:

Sowoll port service

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