|Native name||Муя (Russian)|
|Length||365 km (227 mi)|
|Basin size||11,900 km2 (4,600 sq mi)|
|Progression||Vitim→ Lena→ Laptev Sea|
The area through which the river flows is sparsely populated, the only settlement on the river being Taksimo, with the small village of Ust-Muya located where the river flows into the Vitim. The Muya is navigable for small craft from the Vitim around 70 kilometres (43 mi) to Taksimo.
The Muya has lent its name to a number of other geographic features, including the Muysky Range, as well as the local government district Muysky Rayon.
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