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Chesha Bay

Chesha Bay (chĕˈshə) [key], Rus. Cheshskaya Guba, inlet of the Barents Sea, 84 mi (135 km) wide and 62 mi (100 km) long, Nenets Autonomous Area, N central European Russia. It receives the Chesha, Vizhas, Oma, and Pesha rivers.

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