Hnylyi Tikych

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Hnylyi Tikych
P1000228-Snizhky.jpg
Location
Country Ukraine
Physical characteristics
Source 
  location Stavyshche Raion, Kyiv Oblast
Mouth Tikych
  coordinates
48°46′51″N30°52′59″E / 48.78083°N 30.88306°E / 48.78083; 30.88306 Coordinates: 48°46′51″N30°52′59″E / 48.78083°N 30.88306°E / 48.78083; 30.88306
Length157 km (98 mi)
Basin size3,150 km2 (1,220 sq mi)
Basin features
Progression TikychSynyukhaSouthern BugDnieper–Bug estuaryBlack Sea

Hnylyi Tikych (Ukrainian : Гнилий Тікич) is a river in Ukraine, 157 km in length, a right tributary of the Tikych, the basin of Southern Bug. The Hnylyi Tikych river finds its source near the village of Snizhky in Stavyshche Raion, Kyiv Oblast.

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