basin of the Volga

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  • The whole area of the district belongs to the basin of the Volga River.
  • The whole area belongs to the river basin of the Volga River and is split between three of its major tributaries.
  • The rivers in the center and in the south of the district belong to the basin of the Volga.
  • The whole area of the district belongs to the drainage basin of the Volga.
  • Almost the whole area of the district belongs to the basin of the Volga River and drains to the east.
  • Lake Seliger, Lake Shlino, and adjacent areas belong to the basin of the Volga River.
  • The lake belongs to the basins of the Volga and the Caspian Sea.
  • The whole area of the district belongs to the drainage basin of the Volga River, and much of the area belongs to the basin of the Mologa.
  • It is a right tributary of the Volchina River and belongs to the drainage basin of the Volga River.
  • Minor areas in the south of the district, including Lake Shlino, belong to the basin of the Tsna River and thus to the basin of the Volga.
  • The Tikhvinskaya water system, one of the waterways constructed in the early 19th century to connect the river basins of the Volga and the Neva, passes close to Yefimovsky.
  • The Msta River was an important waterway since at least the 10th century, since it connected Novgorod with the basins of the Volga and the Northern Dvina.
  • A considerable part of the Tikhvinskaya water system, one of the waterways constructed in the early 19th century to connect the basins of the Volga and Neva Rivers, lies in Tikhvinsky District.
  • A considerable part of the Tikhvinskaya water system, one of the waterways constructed in the early 19th century to connect the basins of the Volga and Neva Rivers, lies in Boksitogorsky District.
  • The Msta River was an important waterway since at least the 10th century, since it connected Novgorod with the basins of the Volga and Northern Dvina Rivers.
  • A considerable part of the Tikhvinskaya water system, one of the waterways constructed in the early 19th century to connect the basins of the Volga and the Neva Rivers, lies in Chagodoshchensky District.
  • The whole course of the Tikhvinka is a part of the Tikhvinskaya water system, one of the waterways constructed in the early 19th century to connect the basins of the Volga and the Neva Rivers.
  • The whole area of the district belongs to the basins of the Chagodoshcha and the Kobozha Rivers, left tributaries of the Mologa, and ultimately to the basin of the Volga River.
  • The central and the eastern parts of the district belong to the basin of the Mologa, a tributary of the Rybinsk Reservoir in the basin of the Volga which drains into Caspian Sea.
  • A big portion of the lower course of the Chagodoshcha, downstream of the mouth of the Goryun River, belongs to Tikhvinskaya water system, one of the waterways constructed in the early 19th century to connect the river basins of the Volga and the Neva.