Palata River

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Belarus-Junction of Dzvina and Palata Rivers.jpg
Junction of Western Dvina and Palata Rivers
Origin Russia
Mouth Western Dvina
Basin countries Belarus, Russia
Length 93 km (58 mi)
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Palata (Belarusian: Палата́) or Polota (Russian: Полота́) is a river in Belarus and Russia, a tributary of the Western Dvina river. Rising in Pskov Oblast of Russia and flowing through northern Belarus, it joins the Western Dvina at Polatsk.