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|- location||Pyetrykawski Rayon, Belarus|
|- location||Pripyat River|
|Length||421 km (262 mi)|
|Basin size||9,470 km2 (3,660 sq mi)|
The Ptsich, or Pcič (Belarusian: Пціч, [ptsʲitʂ]) is a river in Eastern Europe, of approximately 421 km (262 mi) length. It flows south through Belarus, taking its source near Minsk, and draining into the Pripyat, being its left tributary.
Its biggest tributary is Aresa.
- "Main Geographic Characteristics of the Republic of Belarus. Main characteristics of the largest rivers of Belarus". Land of Ancestors. Data of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection of the Republic of Belarus. 2011. Retrieved 27 September 2013.
- official transliteration
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