Inhulets

Inhulets (ēnhōlyĕtsˈ) [key], Rus. Ingulets, river, c.340 mi (550 km) long, in Ukraine. Rising in the Kirovohrad region, it flows through the Kryvyy Rih iron district and then south to join the Dnieper River above Kherson.

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