Zolota Lypa
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Zolota Lypa
Zolota Lypa
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A dam across Zolota Lypa formed a large lake in the northern part of Berezhany, western Ukraine
Physical characteristics
 • coordinates
48°58?47?N 25°04?19?E / 48.9798°N 25.0719°E / 48.9798; 25.0719Coordinates: 48°58?47?N 25°04?19?E / 48.9798°N 25.0719°E / 48.9798; 25.0719
Basin features
ProgressionDniester-> Dniester Estuary-> Black Sea

Zolota Lypa (Ukrainian: ?, Polish: Z?ota Lipa) is a river in Western Ukraine. It flows through the Ternopil and Chortkiv Raions, forming the Berezhany Lake north of the city of Berezhany. It is a left tributary of Dniester, belonging to the Black Sea basin.

The name means "golden linden tree" both in Polish and Ukrainian. The river with the opposite meaning Hnyla Lypa ("rotten linden tree) flows parallel 30 km west from Berezhany.

A sketch of the Zolota Lypa.
The Zolota Lypa River.

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