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Narew (Belarusian: На́раў) is a river in western Belarus and north-eastern Poland, a tributary of the Vistula river. With a length of 484 kilometres (36 in Belarus and 448 in Poland) it is the 5th longest Polish river. The basin is 75,175 sq. km (53,873 in Poland).

Narew originates in Belarus and flows into Zegrze Lake in Poland where it is joined by Bug River. The part between the lake and the Vistula River is usually referred to as Bugo-Narew.

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Battles Of The Narew - LoveToKnow 1911 (6238 words)
The course of the Bobr - Narew - Bug water-line is marked throughout by marshes, which, sometimes on one side of the water and sometimes on the other, but generally on both, vary in width from half a mile to 2 M. and at certain points broaden out into wooded marsh-basins, 6 - Io m.
Corps (35th and 36th Divs.) force the Narew between Pultusk and Rozhan at a point as near as possible to the former (substantially, in the region of Gnojno); the XIII.
Thus on the morning of July 24 all the outer segments were in the hands of the Germans, and the assault of the main line (lying in front of the fort-line) was prepared.
At the Narew river (1092 words)
The Narew River is one of the last rivers with natural character in Poland and all of Europe.
The Narew River is an ecological pivot of the Green Lungs of Poland.
Nowogrod Mazowiecki is situated at the junction of the Narew and Vistula Rivers.
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