[kruhn-shtaht for 1; krohn-shtaht for 2]
- a naval base in the NW Russian Federation in Europe, on an island in the Gulf of Finland: fortress founded 1710.
- German name of Braşov.
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It was midsummer when the Neptune dropped anchor in the harbor of Kronstadt.Jefferson and his Colleagues
The destruction of Kronstadt had proved that to demonstration.The Angel of the Revolution
The sails of ships from far off Kronstadt on the Baltic brought Russian cargoes.The Story of Sitka
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The market-day at Kronstadt is a most curious and interesting sight.
He would not hear of my going on to Kronstadt, but kindly invited me to be his guest.
- (Russian kranˈʃtat) a port in NW Russia, on Kotlin island in the Gulf of Finland: naval base. Pop: 42 800 (2006 est)
- (ˈkroːnʃtat) the German name for Braşov