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The Sysola River (Russian: Сысола; Komi: Сыктыв, romanized: Syktyv) is located mainly in Northwestern Russia's Komi Republic, although its two branches have their sources in the Kirov Oblast, and the Perm Oblast. The Sysola is a tributary of the larger Vychegda River, which it meets in Syktyvkar.
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