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Russian Warship Movements Through Turkish Straits (Part 4)

The two Russian large landing ships 102 Kaliningrad and 110 Alexander Shabalin from Baltic Fleet are continuing their southbound journey. On Thursday these two passed thought the Bosphorus. Yesterday they have passed through the Dardanelles and left Turkish territorial waters.
I am delighted to share these excellent photos of Mr. Ahmet Güven. All photos in this post are his work and used by me with his permission.

I think now I know the destination of these ships. They are going back home. And they will do a stop over in Rouen, France. Well it was about time. These ship from the Baltic See Fleet are away from their home since December 2012.

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