Pina River

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Pina River
River Pina, Belarus.jpg
Country Belarus
Physical characteristics
River mouth Pripyat River
Length 40 km (25 mi)
Discharge
  • Average rate:
    8.6 m3/s (300 cu ft/s)
Basin features
Basin size 2,460 km2 (950 sq mi)

The Pina (Belarusian: Піна, Russian: Пи́на) is a river in Ivanava and Pinsk Raions in Belarus. The length of the river is 40 kilometers. The river flows into the city of Pinsk and is a left tributary of the Pripyat. The average gradient of Pina is 0.1 ‰. The largest tributaries are the Struha and Njaslucha. It forms part of the Dnieper-Bug Canal.

Books[edit]

  • (in Belorussian, Russian and English) T.A.Khvagina (2005) POLESYE from the Bug to the Ubort, Minsk Vysheysha shkola, ISBN 985-06-1153-7,
  • (in Russian, English and Polish) Ye.N.Meshechko, A.A.Gorbatsky (2005) Belarusian Polesye: Tourist Transeuropean Water Mains, Minsk, Four Quarters.

Coordinates: 52°06′N 26°08′E / 52.100°N 26.133°E / 52.100; 26.133