Sluch (Belarus)

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Sluch or Northern Sluch
Случ, Паўночная Случ
Slučė, Šiaurinė Slučė
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Location
CountryBelarus
Physical characteristics
Source 
 ⁃ locationMinsk Voblast
MouthPripyat
 ⁃ coordinates
52°08′15″N 27°31′30″E / 52.1375°N 27.525°E / 52.1375; 27.525Coordinates: 52°08′15″N 27°31′30″E / 52.1375°N 27.525°E / 52.1375; 27.525
Length228 km (142 mi)
Basin size5,260 km2 (2,030 sq mi)
Discharge 
 ⁃ average20.3 m3/s (720 cu ft/s)
Basin features
ProgressionPripyatDnieperDnieper–Bug estuaryBlack Sea

The Sluch or Northern Sluch (Belarusian: Случ, Паўночная Случ; Lithuanian: Slučė, Šiaurinė Slučė; Slovak: Sluč, Severní Sluč) is a river of Belarus. Rising in Minsk Voblast it flows past the cities of Salihorsk and Slutsk, finally emptying into the Pripyat. It is 228 kilometres (142 mi) long, and has a drainage basin of 5,260 square kilometres (2,030 sq mi).[1]

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