Dulgalakh

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Dulgalakh

 

a river in Yakut ASSR. It merges with the Sartang River not far above the city of Verkhoiansk to form the lana River. Length, 507 km; basin area, 27,300 sq km. The Dulgalakh rises on the northern uplands of the Verkhoiansk Range. Its upper course flows through Lake Siuiureen-Kiuiol’. Timber can be floated 200 km down the Dulgalakh.

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