Nyomda River (Kostroma Oblast)

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The Nyomda river

Nyomda River (Russian: Нёмда) is a river in Kostroma Oblast and Ivanovo Oblast in Russia, a left tributary of the Volga River. It flows into the Nyomda Bay of the Gorky Reservoir of the Volga River. The river is 146 kilometres (91 mi) long, and its drainage basin covers 4,750 square kilometres (1,830 sq mi). The Nemda freezes up in November and remains icebound until mid-April.

Its largest tributary is the Shuya.

This article includes content derived from the Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 1969–1978, which is partially in the public domain.


Coordinates: 57°24′57″N 43°11′58″E / 57.4158°N 43.1994°E / 57.4158; 43.1994


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