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Krasny Yar Krasnoyarsk is a Russian rugby union club founded in 1969 in the city of Krasnoyarsk, the unofficial capital of Russian rugby. They compete in the Professional Rugby League, the premier league in the country.
Krasnodar Stadium is a football stadium in Krasnodar, Russia. It hosts FC Krasnodar of the Russian Premier League.
BC Enisey is a Russian professional basketball team from the city of Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Russia. Since the 2011–12 season, Enisey plays its national domestic league games in the VTB United League.
FC Krasnodar-2000 was a Russian association football club from Krasnodar, founded in 2000 and dissolved in 2011. It played in the Russian Second Division from 2001 to 2010.
Balkan Region is one of the regions of Turkmenistan. It is in the far west of the country, bordering Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, the Caspian Sea, and Iran.
Türkmenbaşy , formerly known as Krasnovodsk (Russian: Красноводск) and Kyzyl-Su, is a city in Balkan Region in Turkmenistan, on the Krasnovodsk Gulf of the Caspian Sea. It sits at an elevation of 27 metres (89 feet).
Krásno nad Kysucou is a town in the Čadca District, Žilina Region, north-western Slovakia. Krásno nad Kysucou is the youngest town in Slovakia (it gained the statute of town on the 1.
Krasnov is a Russian male surname. Its feminine counterpart is Krasnova.
Krásno is a town in the Czech Republic.
Türkmenbaşy International Airport , also known as Krasnovodsk Airport, is the second largest international airport in Turkmenistan. It is located in city Türkmenbaşy (Krasnovodsk).
The Türkmenbaşy Gulf or Türkmenbaşy Bay is a bay of the Caspian Sea in the coast of Turkmenistan. With the Krasnovodsk Peninsula to the north and the Cheleken Peninsula to the south, the gulf extends westwards into the sea for 46 km and has an 18 km wide mouth.
The Krasnovodsk Peninsula is a large peninsula located in western Turkmenistan.
Krasny Yar is a rural locality (a selo) and the administrative center of Krasnoyarsky District, Samara Oblast, Russia. Population: 7,958 (2010 Census); 7,724 (2002 Census); 7,056 (1989 Census).