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|Length||169 km (105 mi)|
|Basin||1,800 km2 (695 sq mi)|
|Official name||Lower Smotrych River|
|Designated||29 July 2004|
The Smotrych River (Ukrainian: Смотрич, Polish: Smotrycz) is a left tributary of the Dniester, flowing through the Podillia upland of western Ukraine. Its length is 169 km (105 mi), and its drainage basin covers 1,800 km² (694 m²). The average width of the river is 10–15 meters wide, and at one point exceeds 40 m.
English :Smotrych River Chinese:斯莫特里奇河 Ukrainian:Смотрич Russian:Смотрич
Smotrych River [Smotryč]. (Map: Smotrych River.) A left-bank tributary of the Dniester River that flows southward for 168 km through Khmelnytskyi Oblast and drains a basin area of 1,800 sq km. With a width of 10–15 m (40 m at its widest point), the river is particularly notable for its tall banks, which give it a ravinelike appearance. It is used for water supply, irrigation, and fishing. A small hydroelectric station is situated on it, as well as the city of Kamianets-Podilskyi and the town of Horodok （Khmelnytskyi Oblast).