Gilyuy (Russian: Гилю́й) is a river in Amur Oblast, Russia. It is a right tributary of the Zeya River, and is 545 km long, with a drainage basin of 22,500 km². The river has its sources on the southern slopes of the Stanovoy Mountains, passes near Tynda and flows southeast into the Zeya Reservoir.
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