Vilyuchinskaya Bay

Vilyuchinskaya Bay goes deep into the land. Its coasts are almost parallel to one another and all together stretch for 17.5km. The bay hosts the mouth of Vilyuch River. It is now named after volcano Vilyuchinsk, but used to have the itelmen name “Niachki” and was then called Severnaya Zhirovaya until the 1950s.
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