The Pronya (Russian: Проня) is a river in Ryazan and Tula Oblasts in Russia, a right tributary of the Oka.[1] The length of the river is 336 kilometres (209 mi). The area of its basin is 10,200 square kilometres (3,900 sq mi).[2] The river freezes up in late November and stays icebound until early March. The Pronya is navigable in its lower reaches. The town of Mikhailov is located on the Pronya.

Pronya river in Spassky district of Ryazan Oblast 02.jpg
Native nameПроня (Russian)
Physical characteristics
 • coordinates
54°21′06″N 40°23′48″E / 54.3517°N 40.3967°E / 54.3517; 40.3967Coordinates: 54°21′06″N 40°23′48″E / 54.3517°N 40.3967°E / 54.3517; 40.3967
Length336 km (209 mi)
Basin size10,200 km2 (3,900 sq mi)
Basin features
ProgressionOkaVolgaCaspian Sea