Fars (river)

The Fars (Russian: Фарс) is a river of southwest Russia, a left tributary of the Laba. It flows through the Republic of Adygea. The Fars is 197 kilometer long. It has a catchment area of 1450 square kilometers.[1] The Psefir is a right tributary.

Fars
Река Фарс.png
Fars (river) is located in Republic of Adygea
Fars (river)
Fars (river) is located in Krasnodar Krai
Fars (river)
Fars (river) is located in Caucasus mountains
Fars (river)
Fars (river) is located in European Russia
Fars (river)
Physical characteristics
MouthLaba
 • coordinates
45°06′44″N 40°07′31″E / 45.1122°N 40.1252°E / 45.1122; 40.1252Coordinates: 45°06′44″N 40°07′31″E / 45.1122°N 40.1252°E / 45.1122; 40.1252
Length197 km (122 mi)
Basin size1,450 km2 (560 sq mi)
Basin features
ProgressionLabaKubanSea of Azov

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Река Фарс". Textual.ru. Retrieved March 12, 2019.