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Nyuya River (Russian: Нюя) is a river in Sakha, Russia. It is a left tributary of the Lena. The length of the river is 798 kilometres (496 mi). The area of its basin is 38,100 square kilometres (14,700 sq mi). The Nyuya freezes up in the second half of October and stays icebound until May. Its main tributaries are the Tympychan, Khamaky, Ulakhan-Murbaiy, Ochchuguy-Murbaiy, and Betinche rivers.
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