Kazim River

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Coordinates: 63°53′45″N 65°51′25″E / 63.8958°N 65.8569°E / 63.8958; 65.8569

Kazim (Russian: Казы́м) is a river in Russia. It flows over the West Siberian Plain, and is a right tributary of the Ob. The Kazim is 659 kilometres (409 mi) long, with a drainage basin of 35,600 square kilometres (13,700 sq mi). Its average discharge is 267 cubic metres per second (9,400 cu ft/s).

The town of Beloyarsky is along the Kazim.