[tag-uh n-rog; Russian tuh-guhn-rawk]
- a seaport in the S Russian Federation in Europe, on the Gulf of Taganrog.
- Gulf of, an arm of the Sea of Azov.
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They had been to Taganrog and loaded a cargo of tallow for London.The Shellback's Progress
The Czar had also fortified Taganrog and other places threatening the Crimea.The Turkish Empire, its Growth and Decay
The father had a post in the Taganrog customs and got into trouble.
In Taganrog we were on friendly terms with a well-to-do Polish family.
What would Randulf's much-boasted voyage to Taganrog be, compared with Rio?Skipper Worse
Alexander Lange Kielland
- a port in SW Russia, on the Gulf of Taganrog (an inlet of the Sea of Azov): founded in 1698 as a naval base and fortress by Peter the Great: industrial centre. Pop: 281 000 (2005 est)