Tuba (river)

The Tuba (Russian: Туба́) is a river in Krasnoyarsk Krai in Siberia in Russia. It is formed by the confluence of the rivers Kazyr (Казыр) and Amyl (Амы́л) and is a right tributary of the Yenisey.

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The Tuba at its outflow into the Krasnoyarsk Reservoir
Physical characteristics
 • location
Krasnoyarsk Reservoir
 • coordinates
53°56′42″N 91°31′46″E / 53.9449°N 91.5294°E / 53.9449; 91.5294Coordinates: 53°56′42″N 91°31′46″E / 53.9449°N 91.5294°E / 53.9449; 91.5294
Length119 km (74 mi)
Basin size36,900 km2 (14,200 sq mi)
Basin features
ProgressionYeniseyKara Sea

The length of the river proper is 119 kilometres (74 mi)[1] or 507 kilometres (315 mi) from the headwaters of the Kazyr in the Eastern Sayan Mountains in the Minusinsk Hollow. The area of its basin, which includes more than a thousand lakes, is 36,900 square kilometres (14,200 sq mi).[1]

The Tuba flows into the Krasnoyarsk Reservoir so that the mouth of the Tuba is actually part of the reservoir.

The river is navigable at high water to 99 kilometres (62 mi) from its mouth, but it freezes sometime around late October to early December, and thaws from April to early May.

There are two (sometimes considered three) road bridges and a railway bridge constructed over the Tuba.[2][3]

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ a b "Река Туба in the State Water Register of Russia". textual.ru (in Russian).
  2. ^ "Tuba River". Mapcarta. Retrieved 2017-04-05.
  3. ^ "Tuba Creek River | Nicaragua | ViaNica.com". vianica.com. Retrieved 2017-04-05.

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