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ⓘ Bityug River




Bityug River
                                     

ⓘ Bityug River

Bityug River is a river in Voronezh Oblast, Russia, a left tributary of the Don. Its upper reaches are located in Tambov Oblast. The Bityug is 379 kilometres long, with a basin of 8.840 square kilometres. There are more than 400 lakes in the Bityug basin. The river freezes up in mid-December and stays icebound until late March or early April.

                                     
  • of various old Persian or Turkish units of weight Beetewk from Russian bityug bityuk, which is from Turkic bituk, akin to Chagatai bitu, Uzbek bitau
  • developed in and named after the steppes region of Russia where the Don River flows. Utilized originally as cavalry horses for the Cossacks, they are
  • mainly found there and in the Udmurt Republic. It is named for the Vyatka River 512 The Vyatka was influenced by the climate and terrain of the Kirov
  • originated near the same area in the central of the region near the Ob River of Western Siberia. The two breeds live under much the same ecological and
  • Russian Federation. It is distributed in the area of the Irtysh and lower Ob Rivers in western Siberia, and is a traditional breed of the indigenous people
  • northeastern part of the Archangelsk region, between the Mezen and Pineg Rivers The Mezen was most likely developed by breeding together Estonian, Danish
  • Russian Federation Balkar Russian Federation Bashkirskaya Russian Federation Bityug Russian Federation Boudennovskaya Budyonny Russian Federation Buryatskaya

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