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Hnyla Lypa (Ukrainian: Гнила Липа, Polish: Gniła Lipa) is a river in Ukraine, a tributary of the Dniester river.
|49°07′14″N 24°45′16″E / 49.12056°N 24.75444°E|
|Progression||Dniester→ Dniester Estuary→ Black Sea|
The name literally means "rotten linden tree" both in Polish and Ukrainian. It runs parallel to the Zolota Lypa river.
The river is namesake to the Battle of Gnila Lipa on 29–30 August 1914, where the Imperial Russian Army defeated the Austro-Hungarian Army.
- ^ "Hnyla Lypa River". www.encyclopediaofukraine.com. Retrieved 2022-03-15.
- Hnyla Lypa at the Ukrainian Soviet Encyclopedia
- Kahalo, O. Hnyla Lypa. Encyclopedia of Modern Ukraine.