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ⓘ Vytegra River




Vytegra River
                                     

ⓘ Vytegra River

The Vytegra is a river in Vytegorsky District of Vologda Oblast in Russia. It nominally flows out of Lake Matkozero and is a tributary of Lake Onega. It is 64-kilometer long, and the area of its basin 1.670 square kilometers. The principal tributary is the Tagazhma River.

The river is a part of the Volga-Baltic Waterway. When the canal was under construction, Lake Matkozero was used to deposit the soil, and it does not exist anymore. The Vytegra is connected with the valley of the Kovzha River by Novomariinsky Canal in the south. Close to the mouth, the Onega Canal branches off west to bypass Lake Onega and to connect the Vytegra with the Svir River. Upstream of the town of Vytegra, the Vytegorsky Reservoir was filled.

The whole river basin of the Vychegda is located in the central part of Vytegorsky District.

The valley of the Vytegra is populated, in particular, the town of Vytegra is located on both banks of the river. The names of both Vytegra and Vytegorsky District originates from the name of the river.

                                     
  • roads with Cherepovets, Kirillov, and Lipin Bor connecting further to Vytegra There are also local roads. The Volga Baltic Waterway formerly known
  • paved road connecting Lodeynoye Pole with Podporozhye and Vytegra passes Svirstroy. The Svir River is navigable and is a part of the Volga Baltic Waterway
  • path from Belozersk to Vytegra in 600 versts to Novgorod, in 413 versts by water to the falling of Sheksna River into Volga River near the Rybinsk Wharf
  • road connecting Lodeynoye Pole with Vytegra as well as to the road connecting Podporozhye and Olonets. The Svir River is navigable and is a part of the
  • Karelia. A paved road branches off east in Lodeynoye Pole and continues to Vytegra in Vologda Oblast via Podporozhye. There are also local roads. The Volga Baltic
  • Vologda, and the highway connecting Vologda with the towns of Kirillov, Vytegra and Pudozh runs northwest along the axis of the district. The railroad
  • well. A paved road branches off east in Lodeynoye Pole and continues to Vytegra in Vologda Oblast via Podporozhye. There are also local roads. The Volga Baltic
  • connected by all - seasonal roads with Vologda, Cherepovets, Belozersk, and Vytegra There are also local roads. The Volga Baltic Waterway formerly known
  • road connecting Lodeynoye Pole with Vytegra as well as to the road connecting Podporozhye and Olonets. The Svir River is navigable and is a part of the
  • the district is Podporozhye. A paved road connecting Lodeynoye Pole with Vytegra in Vologda Oblast crosses the junction from west to east, passing Podporozhye
  • connected by all - seasonal roads with Vologda, Cherepovets, Belozersk, and Vytegra There are also local roads. The Volga Baltic Waterway formerly known

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