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Leśna Lewa

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Leśna Lewa

Lewaja Lasnaja
Origin Mylnisk
Mouth at Vuglyany
Basin countries Belarus
Length 50 kilometres (31 mi)
Source elevation  
Avg. discharge  
Basin area 750 square kilometres (290 sq mi)

The river Lewaja Lasnaja (Belarusian: Левая Лясная), in western Belarus, is a right bank tributary of the Bug River. Average discharge at the mouth of 3,6 m3. The average slope of water surface 0,5 ‰.

The Narewka flows through Pruzhany Raion and Kamenets Raion areas of Brest Voblast of Belarus.

River flows through: Mylnisk, Kamyanyets, Vuglyany.

Tributaries: Leśna Prawa, Wishnia.

See also

Further reading

  • Блакiтная кнiга Беларусi: Энцыкл. / БелЭн; Рэдкал.: Н.А. Дзiсько i iнш. — Мн.: БелЭн, 1994.
  • Ресурсы поверхностных вод СССР. Описание рек и озёр и расчёты основных характеристик их режима. Т. 5. Белоруссия и Верхнее Поднепровье. Ч. 1—2. — Л., 1971.
  • Природа Белоруссии: Попул. энцикл./ БелСЭ; Редкол.: И.П. Шамякин (гл.ред.) и др. — Мн.: БелСЭ, 1986. — 599 с., 40 л. ил.

Coordinates: 52°26′N 23°55′E / 52.433°N 23.917°E / 52.433; 23.917

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