Bolshaya Nevka River

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Bolshaya Nevka
Большая Невка, вид с Гренадерского моста.jpg
View from the Grenadiers Bridge in September 2006
Native name Большая Невка
Country Russia
Location Leningrad Oblast
Physical characteristics
Main source Neva
59°57′17.1″N 30°20′25.2″E / 59.954750°N 30.340333°E / 59.954750; 30.340333
River mouth Neva Bay
59°58′45.3″N 30°13′32.8″E / 59.979250°N 30.225778°E / 59.979250; 30.225778Coordinates: 59°58′45.3″N 30°13′32.8″E / 59.979250°N 30.225778°E / 59.979250; 30.225778
Length 8.5 km (5.3 mi)
Russian cruiser Aurora moored at the source of Bolshaya Nevka

The Bolshaya Nevka (Russian: Большая Невка) is an arm of the Neva that begins about 1 kilometre (0.6 mi) below the Liteyny Bridge in Saint Petersburg.[1]

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  1. ^ Nezhihovsky, R.A. (1988). "Voprosy gidrologii reki Nevy i Nevskoĭ guby" [Questions of hydrology of the Neva river and the Neva Bay]. Gidrometeoizdat. Leningrad: 213–215. LCCN 87116913. OL 2428838M.