The Dysna in Belarus, near Dzisna town
|⁃ location||Ignalina district municipality|
|Length||176 km (109 mi)|
|Basin size||8,193 km2 (3,163 sq mi)|
|⁃ average||3.59 m3/s (127 cu ft/s)|
|Progression||Daugava→ Baltic Sea|
|⁃ right||Birvėta, Auta|
The river originates from Lake Parsvėtas, near Dūkštas, Ignalina district municipality. It flows through Lake Dysnai and Lake Dysnykštis. Near Kačergiškės it turns east and for 39 km flows on the Lithuanian-Belarusian border. The length in Lithuania is 17 km. One of the lakes in the basin area is the Lake Drūkšiai that supports Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant.
Its largest tributaries are Birvėta, Golbica, Janka, Berezovka, Mnuta.
- "Dauguvos baseinas" (in Lithuanian). Environmental Protection Agency at the Ministry of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania. 2003-04-07.
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