Olga Bay is located in the Sea of Japan, at the Primorsky Krai's east coast. The bay has length of 11 km (7 ml) and width of 4 km (2,5 ml).
- During the Bohai Kingdom (698–926), the Chinese port town Anzhou was founded on Olga Bay, near the current-day port Olga (on the northern coast). This part of Olga Bay is well protected from strong winds and waves. The bay was first discovered by the Russians in 1859 and named after Saint Olga. In 1860, they established here a military post and named it St Olga.
- Olga is a Russian port town (population around 4,000) located approx 240 km (150 ml) northeast of Nakhodka (port city).
- Nakhodka is approx 85 mk (53 ml) east of Vladivostok - the Primorsky Krai's administrative center.
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