Borzhava River

Image - The Borzhava River near the village of Kopania, Transcarpathia. Image - The Borzhava River in Prytysiansky Regional Landscape Park.

Borzhava River [Боржава; Boržava]. (Map: Borzhava River). A small right-bank tributary of the Tysa River in Transcarpathia. It is 106 km long and has a basin area of 1,360 sq km. The river originates in the Borzhava mountain group. The upper stretch is mountainous, and the lower stretch is flat. Its valley forms a part of the Prytysianskyi Regional Landscape Park.

[This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 1 (1984).]


Image - The Borzhava River in Prytysiansky Regional Landscape Park.


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