Yaselda

The Yaselda (Belarusian: Ясельда, alternative transliteration Jasieĺda, [ˈjasʲelʲda], Polish: Jasiołda), is a river in Brest Region in south-west Belarus. It is linked via the Dnieper–Bug Canal to the city of Pinsk. It is a left tributary of the Pripyat. It is connected to the Oginski Canal. It is 242 kilometres (150 mi) long, and has a drainage basin of 5,430 square kilometres (2,100 sq mi).[1]

Yaselda
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Yaselda river
Location
CountryBelarus
RegionBrest
Physical characteristics
MouthPripyat
 • coordinates
52°05′36″N 26°26′00″E / 52.0934°N 26.4334°E / 52.0934; 26.4334Coordinates: 52°05′36″N 26°26′00″E / 52.0934°N 26.4334°E / 52.0934; 26.4334
Length242 km (150 mi)
Basin size5,430 km2 (2,100 sq mi)
Basin features
ProgressionPripyatDnieperDnieper–Bug estuaryBlack Sea

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