Sungacha River (dark blue)
|Country||Russia, People's Republic of China|
|Main source||Khanka Lake|
|River mouth||Ussuri River|
|Basin size||25,600 km2 (9,900 sq mi)|
|Length||180 to 210 km (110 to 130 mi)|
The Songacha or Sungacha River (Сунгача) (Chinese: 松阿察河; pinyin: Sōngàchá Hé) is a river marking part of the border between the Russian Federation and the People's Republic of China. It is a tributary of the Ussuri River, and the only outflow of Khanka Lake.
The Songacha ranges from 180 to 210 kilometres (110 to 130 mi) in length; the length fluctuates as the stream bed changes every year. The area of its basin is approximately 25,600 square kilometres (9,900 sq mi).
The Songacha's waters come from rain, snow and springs.
- (Russian) Sungacha River - about Sungacha River.
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