Siva River in Udmurtia
Scheme of the Kama River Basin.
|⁃ location||Chastinsky District|
|Length||206 km (128 mi)|
|Basin size||4,870 km2 (1,880 sq mi)|
Siva River (Russian: Сива) is a river in Udmurt Republic and Perm Krai in Russia, a wikt:right bank:right tributary of the Kama River. The river is 206 kilometres (128 mi) long, and its drainage basin covers 4,870 square kilometres (1,880 sq mi). It starts in the Chastinsky District, near the village of Pikhtovka. Then it flows through the Bolshesosnovsky District of Perm Krai and the Votkinsky District of Udmurtia. Its mouth is downstream of the dam of Votkinsk Hydroelectric Station. The Siva freezes up in the second half of October and remains icebound until April.
- Left: only small insignificant rivers;
- Right: But, Sosnova, Chyornaya, Lyp, Votka.
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