Shilka River

also spelled  Šilka 

      river, Chita oblast (province), southeastern Russia, formed by the union of the Onon and Ingoda rivers. It flows 348 miles (560 km) northeast to unite with the Argun to form the Amur River on the Russia–China border. The area of its drainage basin is 80,000 square miles (206,000 square km). The river is navigable for its entire length.

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  • Shilka (town) — Shilka ( ru. Шилка) is a town in Zabaykalsky Krai, Russia, located on the Shilka River km to mi|248 east of Chita. Population: 14,500 (2005 est.); 14,748 (2002 Census).Shilka was founded in the first half of the 18th century and granted town… …   Wikipedia

  • Shilka — geographical name river 345 miles (555 kilometers) SE Russia in Asia flowing NE to unite with the Argun forming the Amur …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Amur River — Chinese Heilong Jiang or Hei lung Chiang River, northeastern Asia. The Amur proper begins at the confluence of the Shilka and Argun rivers and is 1,755 mi (2,824 km) long. It flows east southeast along the Russian Chinese border to Khabarovsk,… …   Universalium

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  • Argun River — Chinese Ergun He or O erh ku na Ho River, northeastern Asia. Rising in the Da Hinggan (Greater Khingan) Range, it runs about 450 mi (724 km), forming part of the boundary between northeastern China and Russia and uniting with the Shilka River to… …   Universalium

  • Olyokma River — The Olyokma River (Russian: Олёкма) is a tributary of the Lena in eastern Siberia. To the west is the Vitim River, to the south the Shilka River and Amur River and to the east, the upper Aldan River. Its right branch, the Tungur (fr:Toungir)… …   Wikipedia

  • Nercha River — The Nercha River Nercha River Chinese name Chinese …   Wikipedia

  • Ingoda River — ( ru. Ингода) is a river in Zabaykalsky Krai of Russia. The length of the river is 708 km. The area of its basin is 37,200 km². Together with the Onon River, it forms the Shilka River. The Ingoda River freezes up in early November and stays under …   Wikipedia

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