Sakmara River (Russian: Сакмара; Bashkir: Һаҡмар, Haqmar) is a river in Russia that drains the southern tip of the Ural Mountains south into the Ural River. It is 760 kilometres (470 mi) long. It is a tributary of the Ural River, which it meets in Orenburg. The source of the Sakmara River is in the Republic of Bashkortostan. Other towns along the Sakmara are Yuldybayevo (Bashkortostan), Kuvandyk, and railway station Saraktash clouse to the Wozdwizhenskaya Fortress (Orenburg Oblast).
Latitude: 51° 46' 19.92" N
Longitude: 55° 01' 35.04" E
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