Stuhna

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The Stuhna (Ukrainian: Стугна) is a minor river in Ukraine, a right tributary of Dnieper River. Its length is 68 km.

Stuhna
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Stuhna River in Vasylkiv
Stuhna is located in Ukraine
Stuhna
Location in Ukraine
Native nameСтугна  (Ukrainian)
Location
CountryUkraine
OblastKyiv Oblast
RaionFastiv, Obukhiv
CitiesVasylkiv, Obukhiv
Physical characteristics
Source 
 • locationNear the northern outskirts of the village Velyka Snitynka, Fastiv Raion
 • coordinates50°06′01″N 30°01′04″E / 50.10028°N 30.01778°E / 50.10028; 30.01778
 • elevation204 m (669 ft)
MouthDnieper
 • location
Ukrainka, Obukhiv Raion
 • coordinates
50°09′30″N 30°44′25″E / 50.15833°N 30.74028°E / 50.15833; 30.74028Coordinates: 50°09′30″N 30°44′25″E / 50.15833°N 30.74028°E / 50.15833; 30.74028
 • elevation
90 m (300 ft)
Length69.5 km (43.2 mi)
Basin size787 km2 (304 sq mi)
Basin features
ProgressionDnieperDnieper–Bug estuaryBlack Sea
Tributaries 
 • leftZdorivka, Ocheretyanka, Buhayivka, Tykhan
 • rightKhorvatka, Chortykha, Barakhtyanka, Rakivka, Kobrynka

The river was mentioned in the Tale of Igor's Campaign and was a place of the Battle of the Stugna River.

Towns located on the river: Vasylkiv, Obukhiv and Ukrainka. The Stuhna passes along the villages Velyka Snitynka, Motovylivska Slobidka, Velyka Motovylivka, Mala Soltanivka, Borova, Skrypky, Khlepcha, Velyka Soltanivka, Zdorivka, Zastuhna, Zarichchya [uk], Kopachiv, Pogreby, Berezove [uk], Tarasivka, Novi Bezradychi and Tatsenky.