River Kubena at village Sibla
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River Kubena at village Sibla

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Кубена - река в Архангельской и Вологодской области России, впадает в озеро Кубенское, принадлежит бассейну Северной Двины.

Длина 368 км, площадь бассейна 11 000 км2, средний расход в нижнем течении 52,2 м3/сек.

Крупнейшие притоки: Вотча, Ёмба, Сямжена, Сима (левые); Катрома, Сить, Кихть (правые).

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