Kura River (Russia)

Kura River (Russia)

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Kura ( _ru. Кура) is a river in Stavropol Krai, Russia. The river is approximately 150 km long. [P. Magarita. [http://rybalka.hut.ru/data/rybolov_sportsmen/kura.htm Fishing in the Stavropol's Kura river.] ] It flows from North Caucasus and ends in Nogai steppe. Novopavlovsk, a town of 23,235 founded in 1777, is located on the left bank of the river.


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