Describe on the map the route of the first Russian round-the-world expedition?

The route of the first Russian round-the-world expedition began in the port of Kronstadt. From Russian Kronstadt to the Danish capital Copenhagen. From here to the shores of Great Britain, then to the Canaries. Then across the Atlantic – to the coast of Brazil. From here, bypassing Cape Horn to Easter Island in the Pacific Ocean and the Marquesas Islands. Then through Hawaii to the Russian Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, from it to Japan, and then to Sakhalin. Wrapped up on the islands of Sitka and Kodiak off the coast of Alaska, and from here to Chinese Guangzhou, Macau, St. Helena and around the Cape of Good Hope to the Azores Portuguese Islands and through English Portsmouth – home to Kronstadt.

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