Barda River

Barda River
Country Russia
River mouth Sylva River
57°23′13″N 57°23′7″E / 57.38694°N 57.38528°E / 57.38694; 57.38528Coordinates: 57°23′13″N 57°23′7″E / 57.38694°N 57.38528°E / 57.38694; 57.38528
Basin size 1,970 km2 (760 sq mi)
Physical characteristics
Length 209 km (130 mi)

Barda (Russian: Барда) is a river in Perm Krai, Russia, a right tributary of Sylva River. The river is 209 kilometres (130 mi) long.[1] The area of its drainage basin is 1,970 square kilometres (760 sq mi). The source of the river is west of Kyn railway station. The Barda flows through Lysvinsky District, Beryozovsky District and Kishertsky District of the krai and flows into the Sylva River 83 kilometres (52 mi) from its mouth.[2] Main tributaries: Tersi River: Asovka River (left); Kamenka River (right).


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