OTHER WORDS FROM KamchatkaKam·chat·kan, adjective, noun
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Near Kamchatka, in Russia’s far east, a proposed 100-gigawatt tidal power complex that was once thought too expensive is now being reevaluated as a potential hydrogen factory.The Soviets turned the Volga River into a machine. Then the machine broke.|Olga Dobrovidova|December 15, 2021|MIT Technology Review
Tata Power won a contract in 2017 to mine coal in Kamchatka, a sub-Arctic region in northern Russia.
We were passing under an arc lamp, and, for the dismay his face showed, I might have said Kamchatka.The Riddle of the Sands|Erskine Childers
And yet, there were definite signs of land eastward of Kamchatka—driftwood, seaweed, sea-birds.
That was the question the officers accompanying Bering asked themselves as the white peaks of Kamchatka faded on the offing.
The thunder of the surf against the rocky caves of Kamchatka coast fades fainter.
And a vessel for inland seas must be constructed to cross to the Kamchatka peninsula of the North Pacific.