In this photo, you can see the impressive delta of the largest inflow of Caspian Sea. What's the river name?
The Volga Delta has grown significantly in the past century because of changes in the level of the Caspian Sea. In 1880, the delta had an area of 3,222 km². Today the Volga Delta covers an area of 27,224 km² and is approximately 160 km across.
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