Kovzha


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Kovzha

 

a river in the northwestern part of Vologda Oblast, RSFSR. The river originates in Lake Kovzha and flows into Lake Beloe. Length, 86 km; basin area, 5,000 sq km. The Kovzha River is part of the V. I. Lenin Volga-Baltic Waterway.

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They could travel by the Kama, Volga, Sheksna rivers, along the bank of Lake Beloye, by the Kovzha, Vytegra and Svir rivers up to Lake Onega and Lake Ladoga and then to the Gulf of Finland (Mariinsky Waterway--Volga-Baltic Waterway) (Dubov 1989, fig.