Alma River (Crimea)
Alma river near memorial of Battle of Alma
|Main source||Babuğan Yayla, Crimean Mountains|
|River mouth||Kalamita bay of the Black Sea|
|Length||83 km (52 mi)|
The Alma (Ukrainian: Альма; Russian: Альма, Crimean Tatar: Alma) is a small river in Crimea that flows into the Black Sea. Its mouth is located half-way between Yevpatoria and Sevastopol. Alma is the Crimean Tatar word for an "apple".
The Alma is formed by the confluence of the Sary-su, the Savlykh-su and the Babuganka (Babuğan Yayla) rivers, and flows mostly through the mountains. The Alminsky and Partizansky storage reservoirs are located along its course.
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