by Nadia F., a Russian woman living in St Petersburg, Russia
Kama is a river in Russia. It's the left tributary of the Volga. It starts in Udmurtia flowing east, then turns south and west in Perm Oblast, flowing again through Udmurtia and then through Tatarstan, where it meets the Volga. The overall length is 1805 km.
The largest tributaries to the Kama are Kosa, Vishera, Sylva, Chusovaya, Belaya, and Vyatka Rivers. The cities situated on the banks of the Kama are Solikamsk, Berezniki, Perm, Sarapul, and Naberezhnye Chelny.
- Length: 1805 km
- Origin: Udmurtia
- Mouth: Volga River