Chornaya River or Chorna River (Ukrainian: Чорна річка — Chorna Richka, Russian: Чёрная река — Chyornaya Reka, or, more commonly, Russian: Чёрная речка — Chyornaya Rechka), literally "Black River", is a common name for many rivers in Russia and Ukraine.
The Russian name (Russian: Чёрная, Black) is often transliterated as Chernaya, and alternatively as Chyornaya or Chornaya, which are closer to the true pronunciation.
- Chorna River (Ukraine), a river in Crimea, Ukraine, also known as the Chorhun, Chornaya or Tchornaya River.
- Chernaya River (Saint Petersburg), a small river in Saint Petersburg, also known as the Tchernaya rechka (Chyornaya rechka) or Black River, famous for being the place of the duel of Alexander Pushkin and Georges d'Anthès.
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