Mizunka  (Mizynka  ) - a river in the Dolinsky district of the Ivano-Frankivsk region of Ukraine, the left tributary of the Svichi ( Dniester basin)  . On Mizunka the village of Vyshkov is located.
|Mizunka in winter in Vyshkovo|
|• Height||1075 m|
|River slope||11.1 m / km|
|Water system||Switch → Dniester → Black Sea|
|- source - mouth|
The length of the river is 51 km, the catchment area is 344 km². The river takes its source from sources in the Ukrainian Carpathians (southeast of Mount Magura) at an altitude of 1075 m above sea level. The valley is V-shaped, up to 1 km wide, a two-way floodplain , up to 100 m wide. The channel is slightly winding, wide, with a large number of rapids and rifts. The slope of the river is 11.1 m / km.
Snow and rain food. Mizunka has a flood mode. It freezes in late December - early January, opens by mid-March. The ice drift is unstable. Dams were built on the river, there is a small hydroelectric power station. Water is mainly used for agricultural purposes.
- Mizunka // Dictionary of names of hydrographic objects of Russia and other countries - members of the CIS / ed. G.I. Donidze. - M .: Kartgeotsentr - Geodezizdat, 1999. - S. 248. - ISBN 5-86066-017-0 .