10. Dniester


Dniester grafika

fot. Merlin / wikipedia.org (CC BY-SA 2.5)

  • length: 1,362 km
  • catchment area: 68,627 km²
  • average flow: 310 m³/s
  • country: Ukraine, Moldova
  • source: Drohobych (Ukraine)
  • estuary: Black Sea

9. Belaya


Belaya grafika

  • length: 1,430 km
  • catchment area: 141,900 km²
  • average flow: 970 m³/s
  • country: Russia
  • source: South Ural
  • estuary: Kama

8. Oka


Oka grafika

fot. Nick shul / wikipedia.org (CC BY-SA 4.0)

  • length: 1,500 km
  • catchment area: 245,000 km²
  • average flow: 1,258 m³/s
  • country: Russia
  • source: Central Russian highland
  • estuary: Volga

7. Kama


Kama grafika

  • length: 1,805 km
  • catchment area: 507,000 km²
  • average flow: 4,100 m³/s
  • country: Russia
  • source: Udmurtia
  • estuary: Volga

6. Pechora


Pechora grafika

  • length: 1,810 km
  • catchment area: 322,000 km²
  • average flow: 4,100 m³/s
  • country: Russia
  • source: Pechorsko-Iłycki reserve
  • estuary: Pechor Sea

5. Don


Don grafika

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  • length: 1,870 km
  • catchment area: 425,600 km²
  • average flow: 935 m³/s
  • country: Russia
  • source: Central Russian highland
  • estuary: Sea of Azov

4. Dnieper


Dnieper grafika

fot. Dmitry A. Mottl / wikipedia.org (CC BY-SA 4.0)

  • length: 2,287 km
  • catchment area: 516,300 km²
  • average flow: 1,670 m³/s
  • countries: Russia, Belarus, Ukraine
  • source: Valdai (Russia)
  • estuary: Black Sea

3. Ural


Ural grafika

  • length: 2,428 km
  • catchment area: 231,000 km²
  • average flow: 475 m³/s
  • countries: Kazakhstan, Russia
  • source: South Ural (Russia)
  • estuary: Caspian Sea

2. Duna


Duna grafika

  • length: 2,888 km
  • catchment area: 795,686 km²
  • average flow: 6,700 m³/s
  • countries: Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova, Ukraine
  • source: Donaueschingen (Germany)
  • estuary: Black Sea (Romania)

1. Volga


Volga grafika

fot. Alexxx1979 / wikipedia.org (CC BY-SA 4.0)

  • length: 3,531 km
  • catchment area: 1,380,000 km²
  • average flow: 8,080 m³/s
  • country: Russia
  • source: Valdai hills
  • estuary: Caspian Sea

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