Glukhaya Vilva River

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Glukhaya Vilva River
Country Russia
Basin features
Main source Solikamsky District, Perm Krai
River mouth Yazva River
Basin size 1,740 km2 (670 sq mi)
Physical characteristics
Length 234 km (145 mi)

Glukhaya Vilva (Russian: Глухая Вильва) is a river in Perm Krai, Russia, a left tributary of the Yazva River. It is 234 kilometres (145 mi) long, and its drainage basin covers 1,740 square kilometres (670 sq mi). It starts to the north of the uninhabited village of Talaya and flows through Solikamsky and Krasnovishersky districts. Its mouth is upstream of the settlement Kotomysh. There are many swamps near the river.

Main tributaries:

  • Left: Tala, Bolshoy Kyrog, Bolshoy Surmog, Maly Surmog, Bolshaya Mysya;
  • Right: Bolshoy Durakom, Bolshoy Sim, Dolgaya.

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Coordinates: 60°11′16″N 56°59′35″E / 60.18778°N 56.99306°E / 60.18778; 56.99306