Sheksna (shĬksnä´), river, c.100 mi (160 km) long flowing S between Lake Beloye and the Rybinsk Reservoir, NW European Russia. Cherepovets is on the river. The Sheksna forms a link in the Volga-Baltic Waterway.
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