Zubra River

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Zubra River
Richka Zubra (raion sela Zubri).jpg
Location
Country Ukraine
Physical characteristics
Source 
  location Lviv, Ukraine
Mouth  
  location
Dniester River
  coordinates
49°30′47″N23°56′20″E / 49.51306°N 23.93889°E / 49.51306; 23.93889 Coordinates: 49°30′47″N23°56′20″E / 49.51306°N 23.93889°E / 49.51306; 23.93889
Length46 km (29 mi)
Basin size242 km2 (93 sq mi)
Basin features
Progression DniesterDniester EstuaryBlack Sea

Zubra (Ukrainian : Зубра) or Zubrya (Ukrainian : Зубря) is a river in Ukraine, 46 km in length, a left tributary of the Dniester River, the basin of Dniester. The Zubra river finds its source in Southern Lviv.

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