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Arsenyevka River

Arsenyevka River
The Arsenyevka River near the selo (rural locality) of Anuchino in Anuchinsky District
Origin Sikhote-Alin
Mouth Ussuri River
Basin countries Russia
Length 294 km (183 mi)
Basin area 7,060 km2 (2,730 sq mi)

The Arsenyevka River (Russian: Арсеньевка, formerly Daubi-He) is a left tributary of the Ussuri River in Anuchinsky and Yakovlevsky Districts of Primorsky Krai, Russia.

The length of river is approximately 294 kilometers (183 mi) and its basin area is 7,060 square kilometers (2,730 sq mi). It rises on the western slope of the Sikhote-Alin.[1]

The largest inhabited localities on the river are Anuchino, Arsenyev, and Yakovlevka. The longest tributaries are the Muravyevka at 82 kilometres (51 mi), the Sinegorka at 52 kilometres (32 mi), and the Lipovtsy, 41 kilometres (25 mi).

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  • Arsenyevka River - Britannica Online Encyclopedia


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