Vesliana

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Vesliana

 

(or Veslena). (1) River in Komi-Permiak National Okrug, Perm’ Oblast, RSFSR, a left-bank tributary of the upper Kama. Length, 266 km; basin area, 7,490 sq km. The river is used for floating timber.

(2) River in Komi ASSR, left-bank tributary of the Vym’ River, Severnaia Dvina basin. Length, 138 km; basin area, 4,620 sq km.

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