Brasso, or Kronstadt, a town in the south-east of Transylvania, on the frontiers of Wallachia.
It was midsummer when the Neptune dropped anchor in the harbor of Kronstadt.
He would not hear of my going on to Kronstadt, but kindly invited me to be his guest.
The destruction of Kronstadt had proved that to demonstration.
On this station my ship was to remain for one year, and then, being relieved by another, to return to Kronstadt.
The real danger lay in the German forces coming down from the passes south of Kronstadt.
The sails of ships from far off Kronstadt on the Baltic brought Russian cargoes.
At that time the shore at Kronstadt was covered with a great number of small huts inhabited by the workmen in the port.
The town of Kronstadt is built on level ground, and is thus exposed to inundations, from one of which it suffered in 1824.
Of those actually in the Baltic and fit to go to sea, twelve were at Reval shut in by the ice, and the others were at Kronstadt.