Malitsa is a river in the Kalinin and Likhoslavl regions of the Tver region of Russia , the left tributary of the Tvertsa River. Length - 26 km, catchment area - 238 km²  . Width - up to 7 m, depth - up to 3 m. In the lower reaches, the bottom is rocky, in forest places - silty.
|Swimming pool||238 km²|
|• Location||d. Vladenino|
|• Location||31 km on the left bank|
|Water system||Tvertsa → Volga → Caspian Sea|
|Areas||Kalininsky district , Likhoslavl district|
|- source - mouth|
It originates in peat bogs of the Likhoslavl district of the Tver region, near the village of Vladenino , not far from the Likhoslavl - Rzhev railway. On Malitsa, there are the villages of Gnezdtsy , Plaksino , Petrushkino , Kashentsevo and Trinity (at the mouth of the river). At the confluence of Tvertsa, a settlement of the 14th – 17th centuries was discovered.
Bridges: a bridge to the village of Gnezdtsy, the village of Petrushkino and the village of Kashentsevo. Cases of the construction of beaver dams are known.
Pike , roach , ruff , gudgeon , mustachioed char , rotan , loach , perch , burbot , rudd are found in the river.
(km from the mouth)
- 4.5 km: Roska River (ave.)
- 6.5 km: Desyonka river (lv)
- Surface Water Resources of the USSR: Hydrological Understanding. T. 10. Upper Volga region / ed. V.P. Shaban. - L .: Gidrometeoizdat, 1966 .-- 528 p.
- State Water Register . Malitsa . textual.ru . Ministry of Natural Resources of Russia (March 29, 2009). Date of treatment December 20, 2018. Archived March 29, 2009.