Braginka is a short winding river in the Brahin Raion of Belarus. Its length is 179 km. It falls into Pripyat just above its falling into Dnieper. Part of the river flows through the radioactive zone of alienation, and the river itself is under regular control for nuclear pollution. A small settlement of Brahin stands on the banks of the river.
The river provides a scenery in Konstantin Paustovsky's short story "The Inn on Braginka".
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