Bystraya Sosna

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Bystraya Sosna
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Native nameБыстрая Сосна
Location
CountryRussia
Physical characteristics
MouthDon
 • coordinates
52°42′08″N 38°54′11″E / 52.7022°N 38.9031°E / 52.7022; 38.9031Coordinates: 52°42′08″N 38°54′11″E / 52.7022°N 38.9031°E / 52.7022; 38.9031
Length296 km (184 mi)
Basin size17,400 km2 (6,700 sq mi)
Basin features
ProgressionDonSea of Azov
Tributaries 
 • leftLivenka

The Bystraya Sosna (Russian: Бы́страя Сосна́) is a river in Oryol and Lipetsk oblasts in Russia. It is a right tributary of the Don, and it is 296 kilometres (184 mi) long, with a drainage basin of 17,400 square kilometres (6,700 sq mi).[1] The river is usually frozen over from the end of November until the end of March.

The towns of Livny and Yelets are along the river.

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