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The Klyazma (, ''Klyaz'ma''), a
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river
in the
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Moscow
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s in
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, forms a left
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of the Oka.Клязьма
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The river has a length of . The area of its
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drainage basin
is . The Klyazma usually freezes up in November and stays under the ice until mid-April, although in faster-moving stretches ice-free water occurs until the air temperature drops below . The largest tributaries of the Klyazma include (from source to mouth):«Река ОЗЕРО МАЛЫЕ ПОДБОРЦЫ»
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* Ucha (left) * Vorya (left) *
Sherna The Sherna (russian: Ше́рна) is a river in Vladimir Vladimir or Wladimir may refer to: Names * Vladimir (name) for the Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Macedonian, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak and Slovenian spellings of a Slavic name * Ul ...
(left) *
Kirzhach Kirzhach (russian: Киржа́ч) is a types of inhabited localities in Russia, town and the administrative center of Kirzhachsky District in Vladimir Oblast, Russia, located on the Kirzhach River in the west of the oblast, west of Vladimir, R ...
(left) * Peksha (left) * Polya (river), Polya (right) * Koloksha (river), Koloksha (left) * Nerl (Klyazma), Nerl (left) * Sudogda (river), Sudogda (right) * Nerekhta (river), Nerekhta (right) * Uvod (left) * Teza (river), Teza (left) * Lukh (river), Lukh (left) * Suvoroshch (right) The Klyazma is navigable within from its estuary and in the area of the Klyazminskoye Reservoir. The cities of Gorokhovets, Vladimir Oblast, Gorokhovets, Mendeleyevo, Moscow Oblast, Mendeleyevo, Pavlovsky Posad, Vladimir, Russia, Vladimir, Kovrov, Shchyolkovo, Losino-Petrovsky, Noginsk, Orekhovo-Zuyevo, Sobinka and Vyazniki stand on the shores of the Klyazma River. The basin of the Klyazma formed the center of the Vladimir-Suzdal, Vladimir-Suzdal principality in the 12th to 14th centuries CE.


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Rivers of Moscow Oblast Rivers of Vladimir Oblast Rivers of Nizhny Novgorod Oblast Rivers of Ivanovo Oblast {{Russia-river-stub