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Ay River (Russian: Ай) is a river in Bashkortostan and Chelyabinsk Oblast in Russia, a left tributary of the Ufa River. The length of the river is 549 km, the area of its drainage basin is 15,000 km². The Ay freezes up in late October - early November and remains icebound until mid-April. A city of Zlatoust is located on the Ay River.
Rocky ledge near the river Ay
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Coordinates: 54°39′11″N 59°06′41″E / 54.65306°N 59.11139°E