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Nyuya River (Russian: Нюя) is a river in Sakha, Russia. It is a left tributary of the Lena. The length of the river is 798 km. The area of its basin is 38,100 km². The Nyuya freezes up in the second half of October and stays icebound until May. Its main tributaries are the Tympychan, Khamaky, Ulakhan-Murbaiy, Ochchuguy-Murbaiy, and Betinche rivers.
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