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Karelia

[kuh-reel-yuh; Russian kuh-rye-lyi-yuh] /kəˈril yə; Russian kʌˈryɛ lyɪ yə/
noun
1.
a region in the NW Russian Federation in Europe, comprising Lake Ladoga and Onega Lake and the adjoining area along the E border of Finland.
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Karelia

/kəˈriːlɪə; Russian kaˈreljə/
noun
1.
a region of NE Europe comprising areas of both Finland and Russia. Following the Russo-Finnish War (1939–40) a large part of what had been Finnish Karelia was annexed by the former Soviet Union; together with the part of Karelia which already belonged to Russia at that time, it corresponds roughly to the modern Karelian Republic in Russia
2.
another name for the Karelian Republic
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