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Kekurniy Island

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Kekurniy Island

Kekurniy Island (Russian: Остров Кекурный) is a very small island in the Gertner Inlet of the Taui Bay, Sea of Okhotsk (Russia). It is located some 700 m off the Cape Krasniy and represents a rock 21 meters in height. Administratively, Kekurniy Island is a part of the city of Magadan.

Coordinates: 59°31′32″N 150°57′18″E / 59.5255°N 150.955°E / 59.5255; 150.955

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