Pljussa near Slanzy
|Water code||RU : 01030000412102000026703|
|location||Pskov Oblast , Leningrad Oblast ( Russia )|
|Drain over||Narva → Baltic Sea|
58 ° 24 '57 " N , 29 ° 42' 18" O
|muzzle||in the Narva Reservoir Coordinates: 59 ° 14 ′ 58 ″ N , 28 ° 9 ′ 15 ″ E 59 ° 14 ′ 58 ″ N , 28 ° 9 ′ 15 ″ E
|Mouth height||approx. 24 m
|Catchment area||6550 km²|
||50 m³ / s
Course of the Pljussa (Плю́сса) in the catchment area of the Narva
The Pljussa ( Russian Плю́сса, Плюса ) is a right tributary of the Narva in the Russian oblasts of Leningrad and Pskow .
The Pljussa has its origin in the 2.6 km² large lake Sapljusskoje in the Pskow Oblast. It flows in a predominantly north-northwest direction through Leningrad Oblast and finally flows into the Narva Reservoir .
The Pljussa has a length of 281 km. It drains an area of 6550 km². It is mainly fed by the snowmelt . The mean discharge is 50 m³ / s. The Pljussa freezes in November / December. At the end of March / beginning of April it is ice-free again. The small urban-type settlement of Pljussa is located on the upper reaches of the river. The largest city on the river is Slanzy .