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Chanva River

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Main source  Middle Ural
Basin size  733 km (283 sq mi)
Basin area  733 km²
River mouth  Yayva River
Length  70 km
Mouth  Yayva River

Chanva (Russian: Чаньва) is a river in Perm Krai, Russia, a left tributary of Yayva River. It is 70 kilometres (43 mi) long. The area of its drainage basin is 733 square kilometres (283 sq mi). It begins at the confluence of rivers Tsenva and Rassokha, on the north slope of mountain range Belyi Spoi. It is a mountain river with significant changes of elevation between source and mouth. It flows in a deep rocky valley. The mouth is downstream of the settlement Verh-Yayva. The most important of its tributaries, all small, are:

  • Left: Kospash, Kostanok, Vetos, Stepanovka;
  • Right: Anyusha, Berezovka.
  • References

    Chanva River Wikipedia

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