Shuvoyka River

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The Shuvoyka River about the village of Gridino.

The Shuvoyka River (Russian: Шувойка), also known as Suvoya River (Шувоя) is a river in Moscow Oblast, Russia. It is a right tributary of the Guslitsa River (Nerskaya's tributary). It is 12 km in length. Source on northeast in 6 km from the city of Yegoryevsk. Flows all over West, Shuvoyka running into Guslitsa near the village of Ilyinsky Pogost.

The villages of Ryzhoye, Curbatikha, Shuvoye, Gridino, Ustyanovo, Yuryatino are situated on the Shuvoyka.

References

  1. Russian: Вагнер Б. Б. Реки и озера Подмосковья. — М.: Вече, 2007. — С. 382-383. ISBN 5-9533-1885-5.