Sluch River (Ukraine)

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Sluch, Случ
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Sluch River near Hubkiv
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Sluch River (shown crossing light purple region)
Country Ukraine
Physical characteristics
Main source Khmelnytskyi Oblast, Ukraine
River mouth Horyn River
Length 451 km (280 mi)
Basin features
Basin size 13,800 km2 (5,300 sq mi)

The Sluch or Southern Sluch (Ukrainian: Случ, Russian: Случь, Южная Случь, Polish: Słucz, Slovak: Sluč, Jižní Sluč) is a river, a right tributary of the Horyn River, which flows through Ukraine. It has a length of 451 km and a drainage basin of 13,800 km². The Sluch river takes its source in the Ukrainian province of Khmelnytskyi, and then flows through the Zhytomyr and Rivne oblasts, and flows briefly along the Ukrainian-Belarusian border before finally emptying into the Horyn.

Cities and towns located on the Sluch river include: Novohrad-Volynskyi, Berezne, and Sarny.

Coordinates: 51°38′15″N 26°38′45″E / 51.6376°N 26.6457°E / 51.6376; 26.6457