Ingoda River

Ingoda River ( _ru. Ингода) is a river in Zabaykalsky Krai of Russia. The length of the river is 708 km. The area of its basin is 37,200 km². Together with the Onon River, it forms the Shilka River. The Ingoda River freezes up in early November and stays under the ice until late April. The city of Chita is on the Ingoda River. A big part of the Trans-Siberian Railway lies along the Ingoda River valley.


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