Malaya Nevka
Malaya Nevka is the southern distributary
A distributary, or a distributary channel, is a stream that branches off and flows away from a main stream channel. They are a common feature of river deltas. The phenomenon is known as river bifurcation. The opposite of a distributary is a tributary...

 of the Bolshaya Nevka. The Bolshaya Nevka splits into Malaya Nevka (the southern armlet) and Srednaya Nevka (the northern armlet) near the Kamenny Island
Kamenny Island
Kamenny Ostrov, Kamenny Island, or Stony Island is one of the islands in the Neva delta. It is part of Saint Petersburg, Russia....

's easternmost tip.

The length of Malaya Nevka is about 5 km, the width is from 120 to 300 meters, depth is 3,5 – 7 meters. It has its own armlets: Krestovka, Karpovka
Karpovka River
The Karpovka is a small river of the Neva basin in Saint Petersburg, Russia. It separates Aptekarsky Island from Petrogradsky Island . The Karpovka flows from the Bolshaya Nevka to the Malaya Nevka and is 3 km long. The Russian name is derived from the old Finnish name of the river, Korpijoki...

 and Zhdanovka
Zhdanovka River
The Zhdanovka River is a short river in the Neva River delta in Saint Petersburg, Russia. It separates Petrogradsky Island from Petrovsky Island.-History:...

. There are four bridges across Malaya Nevka: : Kamennoostrovsky Bridge, Lazarevsky Bridge, Big Krestovsky Bridge, Big Petrovsky Bridge.
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