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Volozhba River, the

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Boksitogorsk, town
BOKSITOGORSK, town, adm. center of Boksitogorsk District. Population: 17,400. It is situated on the Pyardomlya River, a right-hand tributary of the Volozhba. It was founded in 1929 at the place of development of bauxite deposits, and was named... more

Drainage network
HYDROGRAPHIC NETWORK. Over 19500 rivers and 1800 lakes (Ladoga and Onega being the largest ones) form the H. N. of the Leningrad Oblast. The river network is dense and ramified. One exception is the Izhora Hills where the river network density is... more

Ragusha River, the
RAGUSHA, river, left-hand tributary of the Volozhba River (Lake Ladoga basin.) Length: 42 km. The width varies from 3-5 m at the source to 10-15 m near the mouth. It flows out of the south-eastern part of Lake Nikulinskoye in Khvoinaya District,... more

Syas River, the
SYAS, a river in the south-eastern Priladozhye. Length: 260 km, of which, abt. 190 km within Leningrad Oblast. The average flow rate is 61.6 cu. m/s, and the catchment area, 7330 sq. km. It originates in the north-east of Novgorod Oblast, 6 km... more