Mukhavets River

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Mukhavets River
Mukhavets.jpg
The Mukhavets River at Brest, Belarus
Location
Country Belarus
Physical characteristics
SourceConfluence of River Mukha and Viets Canal
 ⁃ locationPruzhany, Belarus
 ⁃ coordinates52°33′48.96″N 24°27′8.28″E / 52.5636000°N 24.4523000°E / 52.5636000; 24.4523000
MouthBug River
 ⁃ location
Brest
 ⁃ coordinates
52°4′52.11″N 23°39′8.5″E / 52.0811417°N 23.652361°E / 52.0811417; 23.652361
Length113 km (70 mi)
Basin size6,600 km2 (2,500 sq mi)
Discharge 
 ⁃ average33.6 m3/s (1,190 cu ft/s)

Mukhavets (Belarusian: Мухаве́ц (Muchaviec), [muxaˈvʲets], BGN/PCGN romanization: Mukhavyets; Polish: Muchawiec) is a river in western Belarus, a tributary to the Bug River.

The river rises in Pruzhany, Belarus, where the Mukha river and the Viets canal converge, flows in the south-western Belarus and empties into the Bug River in Brest.

The river is 113 km long; the basin area is 6,600 km2 (2,500 sq mi).

The river is connected with the Dnieper river by the Dnieper–Bug Canal.

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External links[edit]

Books[edit]

  • (in Russian, English and Polish) Ye.N.Meshechko, A.A.Gorbatsky (2005) Belarusian Polesye: Tourist Transeuropean Water Mains, Minsk, Four Quarters

Coordinates: 52°05′01″N 23°38′54″E / 52.0835°N 23.6482°E / 52.0835; 23.6482