Nugush (river)

The Nugush (Russian: Нугуш, Nuguš; Bashkir: Нөгөш, Nögöş), also known as the Bolshoy Nugush (Russian: Большой Нугуш, Boljšoj Nuguš), is a river in Bashkortostan in Russia, a right tributary of the Belaya.[1] The river is 235 kilometres (146 mi) long, and its drainage basin covers 3,820 square kilometres (1,470 sq mi).[2] The Nugush freezes up in the first half of November and remains icebound until the second half of April.

Nugush
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Native nameНугуш
Location
CountryRussia
Physical characteristics
MouthBelaya
 • coordinates
53°04′32″N 55°59′43″E / 53.07556°N 55.99528°E / 53.07556; 55.99528Coordinates: 53°04′32″N 55°59′43″E / 53.07556°N 55.99528°E / 53.07556; 55.99528
Length235 km (146 mi)
Basin size3,820 km2 (1,470 sq mi)
Basin features
ProgressionBelayaKamaVolgaCaspian Sea

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