Kovzha River


Kovzha River

Kovzha River ( _ru. Ковжа) is a river in the northwest of the Vologda Oblast, Russia. The length of the river is 86 km. The area of its basin is 5,000 km². The Kovzha originates from the Lake Kovzhskoye and flows into the Lake Beloye. The Kovzha River is a part of the Volga-Baltic Waterway.


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