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|Main source||Gauštvinis Lake|
|Basin size||59.4 km2 (22.9 sq mi)|
|Length||13.6 km (8.5 mi)|
The Gryžuva is a short river in the western part of Lithuania, a tributary of the Dubysa. It begins 5 km north of Tytuvėnai city and flows mostly to the southwest. Its average width is about 6 m. Its only tributary is the Apušis river.
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