Sym River

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The Sym River is a western tributary of the Yenisei River. It was first reached by Ketsk serving men in 1605, while a detachment from Mangazeya ascended the Yenisei to its confluence with the Sym in 1610.[1]

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  1. ^ Fisher, Raymond Henry (1943). The Russian Fur Trade, 1550-1700. University of California Press. 

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Coordinates: 60°17′N 90°06′E / 60.283°N 90.100°E / 60.283; 90.100