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Tver Oblast First-level administrative division of Russia

Tver Oblast is a federal subject of Russia. Its administrative center is the city of Tver. From 1935 to 1990, it was known as Kalinin Oblast, named after Mikhail Kalinin. Population: 1,353,392.

Voronezh (river) river in Russia

The Voronezh, also romanized as Voronež, is a river in Tambov, Lipetsk, and Voronezh oblasts in Russia, a left tributary of the Don. The Voronezh is 342 kilometres (213 mi) long, with a drainage basin of 21,600 square kilometres (8,300 sq mi). It freezes up in the first half of December and stays under the ice until late March. The lower reaches of the river are navigable. The cities of Lipetsk and Voronezh are along the Voronezh River.

Tsna (Moksha) river in Russia

The Tsna is a river in the Tambov and Ryazan oblasts of Russia, a left tributary of the Moksha. The length of the river is 451 km. The catchment area is 21500 km². The height of the mouth is 86 m above sea level.

Moksha (river) river in Russia

Moksha is a river in central Russia, a right tributary of the Oka. It flows through Penza Oblast, Nizhny Novgorod Oblast, Ryazan Oblast and the Republic of Mordovia, and joins the Oka near Pyatnitsky Yar, near the city of Kasimov.

Msta river in Russia, tributary of Lake Ilmen

The Msta is a river in Vyshnevolotsky, Udomelsky, and Bologovsky Districts of Tver Oblast and in Borovichsky, Okulovsky, Lyubytinsky, Malovishersky, Krestetsky, and Novgorodsky Districts, as well as in the town of Borovichi of Novgorod Oblast of Russia. It is a tributary of Lake Ilmen. It is 445 kilometres (277 mi) long, and the area of its basin 23,300 square kilometres (9,000 sq mi). The principal tributaries of the Msta are the Berezayka (left), the Uver (right), the Peretna (left), and the Kholova (left). The town of Borovichi and the urban-type settlement of Lyubytino are located on the banks of the Msta.

Tvertsa river in Russia

The Tvertsa is a river in Vyshnevolotsky, Spirovsky, Torzhoksky, and Kalininsky Districts, as well as in the cities of Torzhok and Tver in Tver Oblast, Russia, a left tributary of the Volga. It is 188 kilometres (117 mi) long, and the area of its basin 6,510 square kilometres (2,510 sq mi). The principal tributaries of the Tvertsa are the Malaya Tigma (left), the Shchegrinka (right), the Osuga (right), the Logovyazh (left), and the Kava (left).

Nerl (Volga) river in Russia

The Nerl is a river in Pereslavsky District of Yaroslavl and Kalyazinsky District of Tver Oblast in Russia, a right tributary of the Volga. The length of the river is 112 kilometres (70 mi). The area of its drainage basin is 3,270 square kilometres (1,260 sq mi). Its main tributary is the Kubr (left).

Kunya (river) river in Kunyinsky, Velikoluksky, and Loknyansky Districts of Pskov Oblast, Toropetsky District of Tver Oblast, and Kholmsky District of Novgorod Oblast in Russia

The Kunya is a river in Kunyinsky, Velikoluksky, and Loknyansky Districts of Pskov Oblast, Toropetsky District of Tver Oblast, and Kholmsky District of Novgorod Oblast in Russia. It is a major right tributary of the Lovat. It is 258 kilometres (160 mi) long, and the area of its basin 5,143 square kilometres (1,986 sq mi). The town of Kholm is located in the mouth of the Kunya. The principal tributaries of the Kunya are the Oka, the Serezha, the Maly Tuder, and the Bolshoy Tuder.

Tsna (Tver Oblast) river in Tver Oblast, Russia

The Tsna is a river in Kuvshinovsky, Ostashkovsky, Firovsky, and Vyshnevolotsky Districts of Tver Oblast of Russia. It flows into Lake Mstino, which is drained by the Msta and belongs to the drainage basin of the Neva and the Baltic Sea. It is 160 kilometres (99 mi) long, and the area of its basin 4,140 square kilometres (1,600 sq mi). The principal tributaries of the Tsna are the Belaya (right) and the Shlina, that flows into the Vyshny Volochyok Reservoir. In 1719, the river was dammed some 10 km above its mouth, creating the Vyshny Volochyok Reservoir.

Vazuza river in Russia

The Vazuza is a river in Novoduginsky and Sychyovsky districts of Smolensk Oblast and Zubtsovsky District of Tver Oblast, Russia, a right tributary of the Volga. It is 162 kilometres (101 mi) long, and its drainage basin covers 7,120 square kilometres (2,750 sq mi). The lower part of the river has been transformed into Vazuza Reservoir. The towns of Sychyovka and Zubtsov are located on the banks the Vazuza. The main tributaries of the Vazuza are the Kasnya, the Gzhat, the Losmina and the Osuga (left).

Selizharovka river in Russia

The Selizharovka is a river in Ostashkovsky and Selizharovsky Districts of Tver Oblast, Russia, a left tributary of the Volga. The length of the river is 36 kilometres (22 mi), and the area of its drainage basin is 2,950 square kilometres (1,140 sq mi). It is one of the uppermost substantial tributaries of the Volga. The settlement of Selizharovo is located near the river mouth.

Volga region geographic region

The Volga Region is a historical region in Russia that encompasses the drainage basin of the Volga River, the longest river in Europe, in central and southern European Russia.

Tambov Governorate Place in Governorate, Russia

Tambov Governorate was an administrative unit of the Russian Empire, Russian Republic, and later the Russian SFSR, centred around the city of Tambov. The governorate was located between 51°14' and 55°6' north and between 38°9' and 43°38' east. It bordered Vladimir Governorate and Nizhny Novgorod Governorate to north, Penza Governorate and Saratov Governorate to the east, Voronezh Governorate to south and west, and Oryol Governorate, Tula Governorate, and Ryazan Governorate to the west.

Bologovsky District District in Tver Oblast, Russia

Bologovsky District is an administrative and municipal district (raion), one of the thirty-six in Tver Oblast, Russia. It is located in the north of the oblast and borders with Borovichsky District of Novgorod Oblast in the north, Udomelsky District in the east, Vyshnevolotsky District in the southeast, Firovsky District and the urban-type settlement of Ozyorny in the south, Valdaysky District of Novgorod Oblast in the west, and with Okulovsky District, also of Novgorod Oblast, to the northwest. The area of the district is 2,463.7 square kilometers (951.2 sq mi). Its administrative center is the town of Bologoye. Population: 38,557 ; 18,757 (2002 Census); 32,790 (1989 Census). The population of Bologoye accounts for 60.9% of the district's total population.

Firovsky District District in Tver Oblast, Russia

Firovsky District is an administrative and municipal district (raion), one of the thirty-six in Tver Oblast, Russia. It is located in the north of the oblast and borders with the urban-type settlement of Ozyorny in the north, Bologovsky District in the northeast, Vyshnevolotsky District in the east, Kuvshinovsky District in the south, Ostashkovsky District in the southwest, Demyansky District of Novgorod Oblast in the west, and with Valdaysky District, also of Novgorod Oblast, in the northwest. The area of the district is 1,836 square kilometers (709 sq mi). Its administrative center is the urban locality of Firovo. Population: 9,396 ; 11,919 (2002 Census); 14,282 (1989 Census). The population of Firovo accounts for 25.9% of the district's total population.

Kuvshinovsky District District in Tver Oblast, Russia

Kuvshinovsky District is an administrative and municipal district (raion), one of the thirty-six in Tver Oblast, Russia. It is located in the center of the oblast and borders with Vyshnevolotsky District in the north, Torzhoksky District in the east, Staritsky District in the south, Selizharovsky District in the southwest, Ostashkovsky District in the west, and with Firovsky District in the northwest. The area of the district is 1,874 square kilometers (724 sq mi). Its administrative center is the town of Kuvshinovo. Population: 15,386 ; 17,847 (2002 Census); 20,601 (1989 Census). The population of Kuvshinovo accounts for 65.0% of the district's total population.

Vyshnevolotsky District District in Tver Oblast, Russia

Vyshnevolotsky District is an administrative and municipal district (raion), one of the thirty-six in Tver Oblast, Russia. It is located in the north of the oblast and borders with Udomelsky District in the north, Maksatikhinsky District in the northeast, Spirovsky District in the east, Torzhoksky District in the south, Kuvshinovsky District in the southwest, Firovsky District in the west, and with Bologovsky District in the northwest. The area of the district is 3,400 square kilometers (1,300 sq mi). Its administrative center is the town of Vyshny Volochyok. Population: 25,421 ; 28,918 (2002 Census); 34,579 (1989 Census).

Shlina river in Tver Oblast, Russia

The Shlina is a river in Firovsky, Bologovsky, and Vyshnevolotsky Districts, as well as of the closed urban-type settlement of Ozyorny of Tver Oblast of Russia. It is a tributary of the Tsna River and belongs to the drainage basin of the Neva and the Baltic Sea. It is 102 kilometres (63 mi) long, and the area of its basin 2,300 square kilometres (890 sq mi). The principal tributaries of the Shlina are the Granichnaya (right), the Shlinka (left), and the Lonnitsa (right). The Lonnitsa is technically an inflow of the Vyshny Volochyok Reservoir.

Oka-Don Lowland

The Oka-Don Lowlands, is a flat plain in European Russia bounded on the north by the Oka River, on the south by the Don River, on the west by the Central Russian Upland, and on the east by the Volga Upland. The area is part of the larger East European Plain. The terrain is flat, with altitude averaging 160 meters above sea level, and the rivers meander on broad floodplains. Agricultural use of the plain is high, mostly for grain growing - wheat, barley and rye. The plain provides a flat route south-north route of transportation, situated between uplands. Until a line of forts was built across the territory by the Russian government in the 1640s, the plain was a route for Tatar invasion from the south.