Selizharovka River

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Selizharovka River
Peка Селижаровка
Селижаровская ель.JPG
Selizharovka River
Location
Country Russia
Physical characteristics
Source Lake Seliger
 - location Valdai Hills, Tver Oblast
Mouth Volga River
 - location
Selizharovo, Tver Oblast
 - coordinates
56°51′11″N 33°27′18″E / 56.85306°N 33.45500°E / 56.85306; 33.45500Coordinates: 56°51′11″N 33°27′18″E / 56.85306°N 33.45500°E / 56.85306; 33.45500
Length 36 km (22 mi)
Basin size 2,950 km2 (1,140 sq mi)
Discharge  
 - average 20 m3/s (710 cu ft/s)

Selizharovka (Russian: Селижа́ровка) is a river in Ostashkovsky and Selizharovsky Districts of Tver Oblast, Russia, a left tributary of the Volga River. The length of the river is 36 kilometres (22 mi), and the area of its drainage basin is 2,950 square kilometres (1,140 sq mi).[1] It is one of the uppermost substantial tributaries of the Volga. The settlement of Selizharovo is located near the river mouth.

The Selizharovka is the only outflow of Lake Seliger, the biggest natural lake of the Upper Volga basin. It starts at the southern corner of the lake, at the village of Nizhniye Kotitsy. It flows southeast, crosses into Selizharovsky District, and koins the Volga at the urban-type settlement of Selizharovo.

The drainage basin of the Selizharovka includes the major part of Ostashkovsky District, south of Demyansky District of Novgorod Oblast, as well as minor areas in Firovsky District of Tver Oblast.

References

  1. ^ Selizharovka River in the State Water Register of Russia (Russian)
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