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Aniene

The Aniene, formerly known as the Teverone, is a 99-kilometer river in Lazio, Italy. It originates in the Apennines at Trevi nel Lazio and flows westward past Subiaco, Vicovaro, and Tivoli to join the Tiber in northern Rome. It formed the princip ...

                                               

Aso (river)

The Aso is a 63-kilometre river in the Marche region of Italy. For most of its course the river marks the boundary between the provinces of Ascoli Piceno and Fermo The rivers source is in the Monti Sibillini, near Foce in the Commune of Montemona ...

                                               

Basentello

The Basentello is a river that flows near the border between the Apulia and Basilicata regions of southern Italy. Its source is near Palazzo San Gervasio. The river flows southeast and forms part of the border between the province of Potenza and ...

                                               

Basento

The Basento is a river in the Basilicata region of southern Italy. It rises at Monte Arioso in the southern Apennine Mountains, southwest of Potenza in the province of Potenza. The river flows northeast near Pignola and Potenza before curving eas ...

                                               

Belice

The Belice, Sicilian: Belici, is a river of western Sicily. It is about 77 kilometres long. From its main source near Piana degli Albanesi it runs south and west for 45.5 kilometres as the Belice Destro until it is joined near Poggioreale by its ...

                                               

Bidente-Ronco

The Bidente-Ronco is a river in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy. The first portion of the river is called the Bidente. Once the river passes under the Ponte dei Veneziani in Meldola, the river is called the Ronco. The source of the river is ne ...

                                               

Boesio

The Boesio is a river in Valcuvia, a valley in the north of the province of Varese, Lombardy, Italy. It rises near Cuveglio and flowing in an east–west direction before entering Lake Maggiore at Laveno-Mombello. The rivers course takes it through ...

                                               

Bradano

The Bradano is a river in the Basilicata and Apulia regions of southern Italy. Its source is Lago Pesole in the province of Potenza. The river flows southeast near Monte Torretta, Acerenza, and Oppido Lucano. After crossing into the province of M ...

                                               

Brembo (river)

The Brembo is a 74-kilometer Italian river, a left tributary of the Adda, which runs entirely within the Province of Bergamo in the Lombardy Region. The Brembo springs from the Bergamo Alps at the foot of Pizzo del Diavolo; on reaching Lenna it i ...

                                               

Brenta (river)

The Brenta is an Italian river that runs from Trentino to the Adriatic Sea just south of the Venetian lagoon in the Veneto region, in the north-east of Italy. During the Roman era, it was called Medoacus Ancient Greek: Mediochos, Μηδειοχος and ne ...

                                               

Busento

The Busento is a left tributary of the Crati river, which flows about 95 kilometres in Calabria, southern Italy, from the Apennines to the Ionian Sea. The Busento joins the Crati in the center of Cosenza. The legend of Alaric and his burial in Bu ...

                                               

Caffaro (river)

The Caffaro is a 25 km river of northern Italy whose course lies within the Province of Brescia, sometimes forming the border with Trentino. It belongs to the basin of Lago dIdro. Its source is on Cornone di Blumone, a peak in the Rhaetian Alps, ...

                                               

Calandro River

The Calandro River, is a river of southern Italy, flowing into the Gulf of Taranto a little north of Roseto Capo Spulico, and about 10 miles south of the mouth of the Siris. It is mentioned as a river of Lucania by both Pliny and Strabo, the form ...

                                               

Calore Irpino

The Calore Irpino or Calore Beneventano or Calore River is a river in southwestern Italy. It rises from the Monte Cervialto, elevation 1.809 metres above sea level, in the Monti Picentini sub-range of the Apennine Mountains. The river flows first ...

                                               

Candigliano

The Candigliano is a river in the Marche and Umbria regions of Italy. Its source is in the Appennino Umbro-Marchigiano mountains in the province of Pesaro e Urbino near the border with the province of Perugia. The river flows east and forms the b ...

                                               

Carapelle (river)

The Carapelle is a river in the province of Foggia in the Apulia region of Italy. The source of the river is north of Anzano di Puglia near the border with the province of Avellino in the Daunian Mountains, along the Campanian Apennine. The river ...

                                               

Cassibile (river)

The Cassibile is a 30 km long river located in south-eastern Sicily. The river rises from the Serra Porcari, near Palazzolo Acreide, in the Hyblaean Mountains which form the main part of the mountainous Sicilian southeast. It flows into the Ionia ...

                                               

Cavone

The Cavone is a river in the Basilicata region of southern Italy. Its source is west of Accettura in the province of Matera near the border with the province of Potenza. The river flows northeast near Oliveto Lucano and Garaguso before curving so ...

                                               

Centa (river)

Its source is near the Italian village of Leca Albenga, at the junction between Arroscia and Neva. The river flows south before emptying into the Ligurian Sea near Albenga.

                                               

Cesano (river)

The Cesano is a river in the Marche region of Italy. Its source is near Monte Catria on the border between the province of Perugia and the province of Pesaro e Urbino. The river flows northeast through Pesaro e Urbino before forming the border be ...

                                               

Chienti

The Chienti is a river in the Marche region of Italy. Its source is near Serravalle di Chienti in the Appennino Umbro-Marchigiano mountains in the province of Macerata. The river flows northeast through the mountains past Muccia and enters and ex ...

                                               

Cixerri

The Cixerri is an Italian river in southern Sardinia province of Cagliari. It springs from Monte Croccoriga, at 313 metres above sea level, in the province of South Sardinia. The river flows into a lake north of Iglesias and then exits the lake a ...

                                               

Conca (river)

The Conca is a river in the Marche and Emilia-Romagna regions of Italy. Its source is Monte Carpegna, which is in the Montefeltro part of the province of Pesaro e Urbino. The river flows northeast near Macerata Feltria and Mercatino Conca before ...

                                               

Corno (river)

The Corno is a small river of the northern Lazio and eastern Umbria in Italy. Its source is on the upper slopes of Mount Corno, at an approximate altitude of 1700 m, and it flows for about 60 km, almost always due north, past the towns of Leoness ...

                                               

Crinisus (river)

Crimisus or Crinisus is an ancient Greek river name in Sicily. The name was derived from Crinisus and it corresponds either to the modern Freddo or Caltabellota on northwest Sicily. It is formed by two rivers that meet at about 8 kilometres from ...

                                               

Dirillo

The Dirillo, or Acate, is a 54-kilometre river in Sicily which springs from the Hyblaean Mountains and flows through the areas of Vizzini, Licodia Eubea, Mazzarrone, Chiaramonte Gulfi, Acate, Vittoria, Gela. It enters the Strait of Sicily south-e ...

                                               

Dolo (river)

The Dolo is a mountain stream that rises on the slopes of Mount Cusna in the Reggio-Emilia province, of the Tuscany-Emilia Romagna Apennine Mountains. It is a tributary of the Secchia, and its length is about 21 to 26 kilometres. The Dolo acts as ...

                                               

Dragone (river)

The Dragone is a river of the Amalfi Coast, Italy. It cuts through the Jurassic limestone of the area and emerges at the historic town and beach resort of Atrani. In the tenth century a number of mills were established along its banks, their only ...

                                               

Eisack

The Eisack is a river in Northern Italy, the second largest river in South Tyrol. Its source is near the Brenner Pass, at an altitude of about 1990 m above sea level. The river draws water from an area of about 4.200 km². After about 96 km, it jo ...

                                               

Enza

The Enza is a river in northern Italy, a right tributary of the river Po. Its source is at the Alpe di Succiso, in the northern Apennines, at 1.406 metres. The Enza is the current boundary of the provinces of Parma and Reggio Emilia. After the so ...

                                               

Erbognone

The stream has is source near Novara ; With the name Arbogna flows south past Vespolate and Borgolavezzaro before crossing into the province of Pavia. The river then flows past Mortara and enters the Agogna beyond the point where the Agogna flows ...

                                               

Esino

The source of the river is east of Monte Penna in the province of Macerata near the border with the province of Ancona. The river flows east past Esanatoglia and curves north by Matelica before crossing the border into the province of Ancona near ...

                                               

Flumendosa

The Flumendosa is a river of southern Sardinia, Italy. With a length of 127 kilometres, it is the second longest river of the island behind the Tirso. The Flumendosas springs are located in the Gennargentu massif, at the foot of the Monte Armidda ...

                                               

Foglia

The Foglia is the northernmost river of the Marche region of Italy. In ancient times it was known as Pisaurus, as it debouched into the Adriatic Sea at Pisaurum. It was also known as the Isaurus. The source of the river is west of Sestino in the ...

                                               

Gattola

The Gattola is a stream of the Basso Monferrato in north-west Italy, a left tributary of the Rotaldo. In 1836 it was of sufficient importance to be listed in the Dizionario geografico, storico, statistico, commerciale degli stati di S.M. il re di ...

                                               

Giona (river)

The Giona is a torrent’, or intermittent stream, which rises on the slopes of Monte Tamaro, in the Swiss canton of Ticino. After about 2 kilometres, it enters the Italian province of Varese, forming the Val Veddasca before entering Lake Maggiore ...

                                               

Gravina di Matera

The Gravina di Matera is a river in the Apulia and Basilicata regions of southern Italy. Its source is between Altamura and Gravina in Puglia in the province of Bari. The river flows southeast and curves east before again flowing southeast. It th ...

                                               

Ippari

The Ippari, anciently called the Hipparis is a 28-kilometre long river located in the province of Ragusa in south-eastern Sicily. The river rises in the Mount Serra Brugio area of the Hyblaean Mountains, just below Chiaramonte Gulfi at a height o ...

                                               

Irminio

The Irminio is a 55-kilometre long river located in south-eastern Sicily, southern Italy. It is the most important of the rivers of the province of Ragusa. The river springs from Monte Lauro, the main peak of the Hyblaean Mountains, which form th ...

                                               

Lemme

Its source is near Monte Calvo; from there it passes through the communes of Fraconalto, Voltaggio, Carrosio, Gavi, San Cristoforo, Francavilla Bisio, Basaluzzo and finally Predosa where it enters the Orba.

                                               

Livenza

The Livenza is a river in the Italian provinces of Pordenone, Treviso and Venice. Its source is near Polcenigo and Caneva in Pordenone. It flows in a southeasterly direction past Sacile and forms the border between the provinces of Pordenone and ...

                                               

Locone

The Locone is a river in the Apulia and Basilicata regions of southern Italy. The source of the river is near Spinazzola in the province of Barletta-Andria-Trani. From there, the river flows north and forms the border between the province of Barl ...

                                               

Marecchia

The Marecchia is a river in eastern Italy. In ancient times it was known as the Ariminus which was from the Greek Ariminos. The source of the river is near Monte dei Frati which is east of Pieve Santo Stefano and southwest of Badia Tedalda in the ...

                                               

Mazaro

The Mazaro is a river in Sicily, Italy. The Mazaro river flows 28 kilometres 17 mi across south-western Sicily, from its source in Rapicaldo, located within the Salemi city boundaries, to the Mediterranean Sea in Mazara del Vallo.

                                               

Merse (river)

The Merse is an Italian river, a right tributary of the Ombrone. It runs through Tuscany for a distance of about 70 km and is the river of the Val di Merse. Its sources are near Poggio Croce di Prata and Poggio di Montieri in the range of hills k ...

                                               

Mincio

Mincio is a river in the Lombardy region of northern Italy. The river is the main outlet of Lake Garda. It is a part of the Sarca-Mincio river system which also includes the river Sarca and the Lake Garda. The river starts from the south-eastern ...

                                               

Neto (river)

The Neto rises in the central Sila Mountains in the province of Cosenza. Its source is at Timpone Sorbella at an elevation of 1.850 meters, near Botte Donato, the highest peak in the Sila Mountains. The river flows east into Lago di Ariamacina be ...

                                               

Ofanto

The Ofanto, known in ancient times as Aufidus or Canna, is a 170-kilometre river in southern Italy that flows through the regions of Campania, Basilicata, and Apulia, into the Gulf of Manfredonia near Barletta.

                                               

Piave (river)

The Piave is a river in northern Italy. It begins in the Alps and flows southeast for 220 kilometres into the Adriatic Sea near the city of Venice. One of its tributaries is the Boite. In 1809 it was the scene of a battle during the Napoleonic Wa ...

                                               

Rienz

The Rienz is a river in South Tyrol, Italy. Its source is located at 2.180 m of altitude, in the Dolomites mountains, south of Toblach: near Toblach it enters in the Puster Valley, and, after 90 km, it meets the Eisack river in the city of Brixen ...

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