Shuya River (Karelia)

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Shuya River
Produkin-GorkiiShuya.jpg
Early 20th-century photo of a bridge across the Shuya River.
Country Russia
Physical characteristics
Main source Lake Suoyarvi
River mouth Lake Logmozero
Length 194 km (121 mi)
Discharge
  • Average rate:
    130 m3/s (4,600 cu ft/s)
Basin features
Basin size 10,100 km2 (3,900 sq mi)

The Shuya River (Finnish: Suojoki, also Suoju, Russian: Шуя) is a river in the Republic of Karelia in Russia. The length of the river is 194 km. The area of its basin is 10,100 km². The Shuya flows out of Lake Suoyarvi and flows through Lake Logmozero into Lake Onega. It freezes up in November - January and stays icebound until April - first half of May.

Coordinates: 61°52′43″N 34°17′47″E / 61.8785°N 34.2965°E / 61.8785; 34.2965