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The Pakhra River (Russian: Пахра́) is a river in Moscow Oblast and the city of Moscow, Russia, a right tributary of the Moskva River. It is 135 km in length. The area of its basin is 2580 km². The Pakhra River freezes up in November–December and stays under the ice until the late March–April. Main tributaries: Mocha, Desna. Leninskie Gorki and Podolsk stand on the Pakhra River.
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