Teteriv River

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Teteriv, Тетерiв
Teteriv-river-1905.jpg
Teteriv River by Zhytomyr ca 1905.
Country Ukraine
Physical characteristics
Main source Zhytomyr Oblast, Ukraine
River mouth Kiev Reservoir, Dnieper River
Length 365 km (227 mi)
Basin features
Basin size 15,100 km2 (5,800 sq mi)

The Teteriv River (Ukrainian: Тетерiв) is a right tributary of the Dnieper River in Ukraine. It has a length of 365 km and a drainage basin of 15,100 km².

In the underflow the valley of the Teteriv in Polissia on up to 4 km, the width of the river widens up to 40-90 meter, before it flows into the Dnieper.

The Teteriv is replenished predominantly by snow and rain. It usually freezes over from December to March.

The important tributaries of the river are: Hnylop'yat, Huyva, Zdvyzh and Irsha.

Large cities located on the river are: Zhytomyr, the administrative center of the Zhytomyr Oblast, Korostyshiv, and Radomyshl.

Coordinates: 51°01′57″N 30°17′03″E / 51.03250°N 30.28417°E / 51.03250; 30.28417