Lukh River

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Lukh River (Лух)
River
River Lukh 2005.jpg
Lukh (summer evening)
Country Russia
Mouth Klyazma River
Length 240 km (149 mi)
Basin 4,450 km2 (1,718 sq mi)

Lukh River (Russian: Лух) is a river in Ivanovo, Nizhny Novgorod and Vladimir Oblasts in Russia, a left tributary of the Klyazma River (Volga's basin). The length of the river is 240 km. The area of its drainage basin is 4,450 km². The Lukh freezes up in late November and breaks up in April.

An abandoned monastery in Frolishi, a view from Lukh River

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Coordinates: 56°13′40″N 42°24′15″E / 56.2277°N 42.4042°E / 56.2277; 42.4042