Tulva River (Russia)
Scheme of the Kama River Basin.
|Origin||Middle Ural, Uinsky District|
|Mouth||Kama River, Votkinsk Reservoir|
|Length||118 km (73 mi)|
|Basin area||5,530 km2 (2,140 sq mi)|
|River system||Kama River|
The river begins in the highlands in the far south of Perm Krai. Its mouth is located 10 km southeast of the town of Osa. Main tributaries: Barda River, Bolshaya Amzya River, Malaya Amzya River, Chiriz River, Tyundyuk River, Sarashka River, Yermiya River, Iskilda River.
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