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Ural River

Ural River, river in former USSR. Originating in the Ural Mountains of west-central Russia, it flows some 1,570 mi (2,527 km) south to the Caspian Sea. Several important Russian cities lie along it, including Magnitogorsk, a steel-making center. It is a rich source of salmon and sturgeon.

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