basin of the Neva

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  • The whole area of the district belongs to the drainage basin of the Neva River.
  • The whole area of the district lies in the basin of the Lovat River and thus in the basin of the Neva.
  • Tikhvin quickly developed as an important trade center due to its location on one of the main waterways, connecting the basins of the Neva and the Volga.
  • The Polist flows into the Lovat River and thus belongs to the basin of the Neva.
  • Lake Onega belongs to the basin of the Neva River.
  • The Pola provides the main drain from the northwestern slope of the Valdai Hills to the river basin of the Neva.
  • In 1802, the Tikhvinskaya water system, which connected the basins of the Neva and the Volga, was opened.
  • The southeastern part of the district lies in the basin of the Sitnya River, a left tributary of the Shelon in the basin of the Neva.
  • It is the source of the Sennitsa River, a left tributary of the Lovat River in the drainage basin of the Neva.
  • It is left tributary of the Msta River and belongs to the drainage basin of the Neva and the Baltic Sea.
  • The waterway was opened in 1706 and became the first waterway connecting the basins of the Neva and the Volga.
  • The rivers in the northern part of the district drain into the Msta River, a major tributary of Lake Ilmen in the basin of the Neva River and the Baltic.
  • The rivers in the western part of the district drain into the Msta, a major tributary of Lake Ilmen, which belongs to the basin of the Neva and thus of the Baltic Sea.
  • The territory of the district is divided between the drainage basins of the Neva, of Lake Ladoga, and of the Volkhov River, a major tributary of Lake Ladoga.
  • Novosokolnichesky District is located in the Bezhanitsy Hills, a hilly plateau of glacial origin, and the area of the district is divided between the drainage basins of the Neva and the Narva.
  • The northern part of the district belongs to the drainage basin of the Tsna River, a tributary of Lake Mstino in the drainage basin of the Neva and the Baltic Sea.
  • Up to mid-19th century, Msta, which belongs to the river basin of the Neva, had been a part of an important water trade route connecting the Baltic and Black seas dues to very short distance between the Tsna, then the tributary of Lake Mstino, and the Tvertsa, a left tributary of the Volga.
  • The Volga-Baltic Waterway (formerly known as the Mariinsk Canal System), connecting the Rybinsk Reservoir in the basin of the Volga River with Lake Onega in the basin of the Neva River, runs through the district, following the course of the Kovzha River.
  • The Volga-Baltic Waterway (formerly known as the Mariinsk Canal System), connecting the Rybinsk Reservoir in the basin of the Volga River and Lake Onega in the basin of the Neva River, runs through the district, following the course of the Sheksna.
  • The Volga-Baltic Waterway (formerly known as the Mariinsk Canal System), connecting the Rybinsk Reservoir in the basin of the Volga River and Lake Onega in the basin of the Neva River, runs through the district, following the course of the Sheksna, Lake Beloye, and the course of the Kovzha.
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