Instruch River

The Instruch (Russian: Инструч; German: Inster; Lithuanian: Įsrutis, Įsra; Polish: Wystruć) is a river in Russia's Kaliningrad Oblast. It develops northeast of Dobrovolsk (formerly Pillkallen, Schlossberg between 1938-1946) and, along with the Angrapa River, forms the Pregolya near Chernyakhovsk.

Instruch
Location
CountryRussia
Physical characteristics
Mouth 
  location
Pregolya
  coordinates
54°38′52″N 21°47′27″E
Basin features
ProgressionPregolyaBaltic Sea

Prior to 1945, the river was part of German East Prussia. The town of Insterburg (now Chernyakhovsk) was named after the river's German name, Inster.

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