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 River is located in Ukraine
Stuhna River
Location in Ukraine
Native nameСтугна
Location
CountryUkraine
OblastKiev Oblast
RayonFastiv Raion
Vasylkiv Raion
Obukhiv Raion
VillagesVelika Snitynka, Motovylivka Slobidka, Velykaya Motovylivka, Borovaya, Mala Soltanivka, Borova, Skrypky, Khlepvcha, Velika Soltsnivka, Zdorivka, Zasgtugna, Vasylkiv,
Zarichchya, Kopachiv,
Pogreby, Zarichchya,
Zastugna, Berezove [uk],
Tarasivka, Novi Bezradychi,
Tatsenky, Ukrainka
Physical characteristics
Source 
 ⁃ locationNear the northern outskirts of the village Velika Snitynka, Fastiv Raion, Kiev Oblast, Ukraine
 ⁃ coordinates50°06′01″N 30°01′04″E / 50.10028°N 30.01778°E / 50.10028; 30.01778
 ⁃ elevation204 m (669 ft)
MouthDnieper River
 ⁃ location
Ukrainka, Obukhiv Raion, Kiev Oblast, Ukraine
 ⁃ 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
Tributaries 
 ⁃ leftZdorivka,
Ocheretyanka,
Buhayivka,
Tihan
 ⁃ rightGorvatka,
Chortyga,
Baragtyanka,
Rakovka,
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