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Encyclopedia > Pripyat Marshes

Pinsk Marshes (Пинские болота) or Pripyat Marshes (Pripet Marshes, Припятские болота) is a vast territory of wetlands along the Pripyat River and its tributaries from Brest, Belarus (West) to Mahileu (Northeast) and Kiev (Southeast). A subtropical wetland in Florida, USA, with an endangered American Crocodile. ... The Pripyat River (Ukrainian: Припять, Prýpyat; Belarusian: Прыпяць, Prýpyats, Polish Prypeć) is a river in Eastern Europe, of approximately 440 miles (710 km). ... For a city in France, see Brest, France. ... Mahilyow, or Mahileu (Belarusian: Магілёў; Russian: Могилёв (Mogilev), Polish Mohylew or Mogilew) is a city in the eastern Belarus, close to the border to Russia with about 300,000 inhabitants. ... Kiev (Київ, Kyiv, in Ukrainian; Киев, Kiev, in Russian) is the capital and largest city of Ukraine, located in the north central part of the country on the Dnieper river. ...


Pinsk marches mostly lie within the Polesie Lowland and occupy most of the Southern part of Belarus.


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Pripyat - Encyclopedia.com (1086 words)
The Pripyat Marshes are a forested, swampy area (c.38,000 sq mi/98,400 sq km) extending along the Pripyat River and its tributaries from Brest in the west to Mogilev in the northeast and Kiev in the southeast.
With a dense network of rivers, lakes, and canals, the marshes are largely coextensive with the Polesye lowland.
It was in Pripyat that residents awoke in the early morning...
Russian Topography (2841 words)
Its tributaries include the Berezina, the Pripyat, and the Inhulets from the west and the Sozh, the Desna, the Orel, and the Samara from the east.
The Pripyat Marshes are a forested, swampy area of 38,000sq miles (98,400sq km) extending along the Pripyat River.
Its tributaries stretch from Brest in the west to Mogilev in the northeast and Kiev in the southeast.
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