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The Kondurtscha (Russian Кондурча, Tatar Кондырча / Qondırça ) is a right tributary of the Sok flowing through the Samara Oblast and Tatarstan in the Russian Federation. It is 294 km long (25 km in Tatarstan ) and has a catchment area of 3950 km ².
The Kondurtscha rises in the north of the Samara Oblast, near the village of Staraya Schentala. It flows mainly in a westerly direction through the agricultural region before it reaches east of Nurlat the Republic of Tatarstan.
She passes the town to the south and returns after a few kilometers back in the Samara Oblast. Here the Kondurtscha used mainly in southwestern and southern directions. It flows through the northern part of the Samara Oblast and flows north-east of Samara in the Sok at Krasny Yar, a tributary of the Volga.
Main tributaries of the Kondurtscha are the Schlama and Lipówka. A larger city on the Kondurtscha is Nurlat. The river is frozen average from November to April.
On June 18, 1391 Battle of the Kondurtscha between the Golden Horde and the Emir Timur Toktamisch took place here was defeated in the second campaign in Toktamisch Tamerlane against him. The fugitives of the Golden Horde were then followed for two days to the banks of the Volga, which one described in the literature three -day battle explained.