Kondoma

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Kondoma
Kondoma osinniki june 2011.jpg
The Kondoma near Osinniki in June 2011
Tom river.png
Map of the Tom River watershed
Native nameКондома
Location
CountryRussia
Federal subjectKemerovo Oblast
CitiesOsinniki, Tashtagol, Kaltan
Physical characteristics
MouthTom
 • coordinates
53°44′43″N 87°11′26″E / 53.7454°N 87.1906°E / 53.7454; 87.1906Coordinates: 53°44′43″N 87°11′26″E / 53.7454°N 87.1906°E / 53.7454; 87.1906
Length392 km (244 mi)
Basin size8,270 km2 (3,190 sq mi)
Basin features
ProgressionTomObKara Sea
Tributaries 
 • leftAntrop
 • rightMundybash

The Kondoma (Russian: Ко́ндома; Shor: Қондум, Qondum) is a river in Kemerovo Oblast, Russia. It is left tributary of the Tom. It is 392 kilometres (244 mi) long, with a drainage basin of 8,270 square kilometres (3,190 sq mi).[1] The towns of Tashtagol, Osinniki and Kaltan are situated by the Kondoma. Its main tributaries are the Mundybash, Tesh, and Telbes rivers. It flows into the Tom in Novokuznetsk.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Река КОНДОМА in the State Water Register of Russia (Russian)