Todzha Lake

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Todzha Lake
Azas Lake
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Todzha Lake
Location Tuva
Coordinates 52°24′N96°30′E / 52.4°N 96.5°E / 52.4; 96.5 Coordinates: 52°24′N96°30′E / 52.4°N 96.5°E / 52.4; 96.5
Primary inflows Azas River
Primary outflows Toora-Khem River
Basin  countriesRussia
Surface area51.6 km2 (19.9 sq mi)
Frozenearly November - second half of May

Todzha Lake, also known as Azas Lake (Russian : Тоджа, Азас), is a lake in Tuva in Russia. [1]

The lake has a surface area of 51.6 km2 (19.9 sq mi). The Azas River flows into and the Toora-Khem River flows out of Todzha Lake. The lake freezes in early November and remains icebound until the second half of May.[ citation needed ]

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References

  1. Statistical Business Profile for the Siberian Federal District of the Russian Federation. Business Information Agency. 2008. p. 726. ISBN   9781418754808.

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