The Sit' River (Сить) is a tributary of the Rybinsk Reservoir (nominally, of the Mologa River). The river flows for 159 kilometres (99 mi) through Sonkovsky District of Tver Oblast and Nekouzsky and Breytovsky Districts of Yaroslavl Oblasts of Russia before entering the Rybinsk Reservoir near the large village of Breitovo. Its average width varies from 40 to 50 metres (130 to 160 ft). The river mouth is about 1,500 metres (4,900 ft) wide. The drainage basin occupies some 1,900 square kilometres (730 sq mi). The river is 159 kilometres (99 mi) long.

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  • Der Sit (russisch Сить) ist ein Zufluss des Rybinsker Stausees in den russischen Oblasten Twer und Jaroslawl. Der Sit entspringt im Beschezki Werch in der Oblast Twer. Er fließt anfangs in östlicher Richtung in die Oblast Jaroslawl. Später wendet er sich nach Norden und mündet schließlich am Südwestufer des Rybinsker Stausees. Der Sit hat eine Länge von 159 km. Er entwässert ein Areal von 1900 km². Der Fluss wird überwiegend von der Schneeschmelze gespeist. 19 km oberhalb der Mündung beträgt der mittlere Abfluss 13,4 m³/s. Zwischen November und der ersten Dezemberhälfte gefriert der Fluss und bleibt bis April eisbedeckt. Bis zur Errichtung des Rybinsker Stausees war der Sit ein rechter Nebenfluss der Mologa. (de)
  • La Sit (en russe : Сить) est une rivière de Russie et un affluent de la Mologa, donc un sous-affluent de la Volga. (fr)
  • Сить — река на северо-западе европейской части Российской Федерации, в Тверской и Ярославской области. (ru)
  • 西蒂河是俄羅斯的河流,位於特維爾州和雅羅斯拉夫爾州,最終注入雷賓斯克水庫,河道寬度約40至50米,河口闊度約1,500米,流域面積1,900平方公里。 (zh)
  • The Sit' River (Сить) is a tributary of the Rybinsk Reservoir (nominally, of the Mologa River). The river flows for 159 kilometres (99 mi) through Sonkovsky District of Tver Oblast and Nekouzsky and Breytovsky Districts of Yaroslavl Oblasts of Russia before entering the Rybinsk Reservoir near the large village of Breitovo. Its average width varies from 40 to 50 metres (130 to 160 ft). The river mouth is about 1,500 metres (4,900 ft) wide. The drainage basin occupies some 1,900 square kilometres (730 sq mi). The river is 159 kilometres (99 mi) long. The river gives its name to the bloody Battle of the Sit River (1238). In the Middle Ages the valley of the Sit River belonged to a branch of the princely House of Yaroslavl. The princes of the Sit', or Sitsky, joined the service of the Grand Dukes of Muscovy in the 15th century. The family survived into the 17th century and was closely related by blood to the Romanovs. The source of the Sit is in the north of Sonkovsky District, close to the village of Saburovo. The river flows northeast, enters Yaroslavl Oblast, and turns south. By the selo of Voznesenskoye it turns east and eventually north. The mouth of the Sit is in the selo of Breytovo. Before the Rybinsk Reservoir was filled, the Sit was a tributary of the Mologa River. The drainage basin of the sit includes the eastern part of Krasnokholmsky District of Tver Oblast, the eastern part of Sonkovsky District, the western part of Nekouzsky District, and some areas in Breytovsky District. The district centers Sonkovo and Breytovo lie in the drainage basin of the Sit. In the early 20th century the valley of the Sit River was home to the Sitskari (ru), an ethnic group of short fair-haired people speaking a Northern dialect of the Russian language. It is thought that they had an admixture of Lithuanian or some other Baltic ancestry. (en)
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  • La Sit (en russe : Сить) est une rivière de Russie et un affluent de la Mologa, donc un sous-affluent de la Volga. (fr)
  • Сить — река на северо-западе европейской части Российской Федерации, в Тверской и Ярославской области. (ru)
  • 西蒂河是俄羅斯的河流,位於特維爾州和雅羅斯拉夫爾州,最終注入雷賓斯克水庫,河道寬度約40至50米,河口闊度約1,500米,流域面積1,900平方公里。 (zh)
  • Der Sit (russisch Сить) ist ein Zufluss des Rybinsker Stausees in den russischen Oblasten Twer und Jaroslawl. Der Sit entspringt im Beschezki Werch in der Oblast Twer. Er fließt anfangs in östlicher Richtung in die Oblast Jaroslawl. Später wendet er sich nach Norden und mündet schließlich am Südwestufer des Rybinsker Stausees. Bis zur Errichtung des Rybinsker Stausees war der Sit ein rechter Nebenfluss der Mologa. (de)
  • The Sit' River (Сить) is a tributary of the Rybinsk Reservoir (nominally, of the Mologa River). The river flows for 159 kilometres (99 mi) through Sonkovsky District of Tver Oblast and Nekouzsky and Breytovsky Districts of Yaroslavl Oblasts of Russia before entering the Rybinsk Reservoir near the large village of Breitovo. Its average width varies from 40 to 50 metres (130 to 160 ft). The river mouth is about 1,500 metres (4,900 ft) wide. The drainage basin occupies some 1,900 square kilometres (730 sq mi). The river is 159 kilometres (99 mi) long. (en)
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  • Sit (Rybinsker Stausee) (de)
  • Sit (fr)
  • Сить (ru)
  • 西蒂河 (zh)
  • Sit River (en)
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