Sluch River (Belarus)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
For the Sluch River in Ukraine, or Southern Sluch, see Sluch River (Ukraine).
Sluch or Northern Sluch
Случ, Паўночная Случ
Slučė, Šiaurinė Slučė
Origin Minsk Voblast
Mouth Pripyat River
Basin countries Belarus
Length 228 km
Avg. discharge 20.3 m³/s
Basin area 5,260 km²

The Sluch or Northern Sluch (Belarussian: Случ, Паўночная Случ; Lithuanian: Slučė, Šiaurinė Slučė; Slovak: Sluč, Severní Sluč) is a river of Belarus. Rising in Minsk Voblast it flows for 228 km, past the cities of Salihorsk and Slutsk, finally emptying into the Pripyat River.

Coordinates: 52°08′15″N 27°31′30″E / 52.1375°N 27.525°E / 52.1375; 27.525