basin of the Northern Dvina

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  • The whole area of the district belongs to the basin of the Northern Dvina River.
  • The whole district belongs to the basin of the Northern Dvina.
  • The whole area of the district thus belongs to the basins of the Northern Dvina and the White Sea.
  • The whole area of the district thus belongs to the basin of the Northern Dvina and to the White Sea basin.
  • A major part of the district belongs to the basins of the Northern Dvina River and its major tributaries.
  • A major part of the district belongs to the drainage basin of the Northern Dvina and its major tributaries.
  • The whole of the district belongs to the basins of the Northern Dvina River and its major tributaries.
  • Uftyuga River is a name of several rivers in the basin of the Northern Dvina River in Russia.
  • The rest of the oblast, including Lake Kubenskoye, another major lake in the oblast, belongs to the river basin of the Northern Dvina.
  • The divide between the basins of the Northern Dvina and the Volga, which crosses the southern part of the district, is marked by the western part of the Northern Ridge hill chain.
  • It was situated on the shortest route from Novgorod to the basin of the Northern Dvina River, which caused an interest of the Novgorod Republic.
  • The Northern Ridge divides the river basins of the Northern Dvina River (north) and the Volga River (south).
  • The Tsilma was a part of the old trading route used by the Novgorod merchants to get from the basin of the Northern Dvina into the river basin of the Pechora.
  • The Pokshenga was a part of the old trading route used by the Novgorod merchants to get from the basin of the Northern Dvina into the river basin of the Pechora.
  • The Yezhuga was a part of the old trading route used by the Novgorod merchants to get from the basin of the Northern Dvina into the river basin of the Pechora.
  • The Pukshenga was a part of the old trading route used by the Novgorod merchants to get from the basin of the Northern Dvina into the river basin of the Pechora.
  • The term is usually seen to have referred to the southern shores of the White Sea and the basin of the Northern Dvina River (Vienanjoki in Finnish) and - presumably - some of the surrounding areas.
  • The district thus lies on the divide between the basins of the Northern Dvina and Volga Rivers, or between the Arctic Ocean and the Caspian Sea.
  • Minor parts of the district in the northwest belong to the basin of the Mosha River, a right tributary of the Onega (not in the basin of the Northern Dvina).
  • Ustyuzhna lied on the shortest route from Novgorod to the basin of the Northern Dvina River, which caused an understandable interest of the Novgorod Republic.
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