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Golovin (Siŋik in Iñupiaq, Cingik in Central Alaskan Yup'ik) is a city in Nome Census Area, Alaska, United States. At the 2000 census the population was 144.
Golovin is located at 64°32′41″N 163°1′39″W / 64.54472°N 163.0275°W / 64.54472; -163.0275 (64.544612, -163.027459).
Golovin is on a point of land between Golovnin Bay and Golovnin Lagoon on the Seward Peninsula in western Alaska. It is about 105 km (70 miles) east of Nome. The area receives its name from Russian Vice-Admiral Vasily Mikhailovich Golovnin, (1776–1831). The town name is misspelled while the bay and lagoon retain the correct spelling.