Shuya River (Karelia)
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Early 20th-century photo of a bridge across the Shuya River.
|Main source||Lake Suoyarvi|
|River mouth||Lake Logmozero|
|Length||194 km (121 mi)|
|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.
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