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Muru

Muru is a river in Jotunheimen in southern Norway. It originates at the glacier Austre Memurubrean and runs through Memurudalen then finally empties into the lake Gjende right next to Memurubu. The river is approximately 10 kilometres long and is ...

                                               

Nea River

Nea, Ganka, or Nean is an 80-kilometre long river which has runs through the municipalities of Tydal and Selbu in Trondelag county, Norway and Åre Municipality in Jamtland county, Sweden. The river Nea is a part of the Nea-Nidelvvassdraget waters ...

                                               

Nea-Nidelvvassdraget

Nea-Nidelvvassdraget is a watercourse in the municipalities of Tydal, Selbu, and Trondheim in Trondelag county, Norway. The total area of the watershed is 3.100 square kilometres and it runs for about 160 kilometres from the source in the Sylan m ...

                                               

Orkla (river)

The Orkla is a river in Trondelag and Innlandet counties in Norway. At 180 kilometres in length, it is the longest river in Trondelag county. The river follows the Orkdalen valley, discharging into the Orkdalsfjorden, an arm of the large Trondhei ...

                                               

Otra

The Otra is the largest river in the Sorlandet region of Norway. It begins in Setesdalsheiene mountains at the lake Breidvatnet in Bykle municipality in Agder county, just south of the border with Vinje municipality in Telemark county. The river ...

                                               

Otta (river)

The Otta River flows through the Ottadal valley in the municipalities of Skjåk, Lom, Vågå, and Sel in Norway. The Otta River begins in Skjåk municipality and flows into lake Vågåvatn. Exiting Vågåvatn at Vågåmo, it continues its journey through t ...

                                               

Plura (river)

Plura is a river in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. The river begins at the lake Kallvatnet, flows through the Plurdalen valley, and ends up as a tributary to the river Ranelva, about 10 kilometres north of the town of Mo i R ...

                                               

Rauma (river)

The Rauma is a river that runs through Romsdalen, a valley in More og Romsdal and Innlandet counties in Norway. It runs for 68 kilometres from Lesjaskogsvatnet, a lake in the municipality of Lesja, to the town of Åndalsnes in the municipality of ...

                                               

Renaelva

The Renaelva river flows into the Glomma in Åmot municipality in the county of Innlandet, Norway. One bridge that connect east and west side of the river, is Kjollsæter Bridge. A sideriver to Renaelva is Julussa which is about 30 km long, coming ...

                                               

Sira (river)

Sira is a river in southwestern Norway. The 152-kilometre long river flows begins in the Sirdalsheiane mountains near the borders of Agder, and Rogaland counties. The headwaters of the river is the lake Ytre Storevatnet and it flows south through ...

                                               

Stabburselva

Stabburselva is a river in Porsanger Municipality in Troms og Finnmark county, Norway. The 60-kilometre long river runs through the Stabbursdalen valley which is in the Stabbursdalen National Park which contains the worlds most northerly pine for ...

                                               

Steinkjerelva

Steinkjerelva is a 2.2-kilometer long river in the town of Steinkjer in Steinkjer municipality in Trondelag county, Norway. It forms at the confluence between the rivers Byaelva and Ogna at Guldbergaunet and flows through the town of Steinkjer be ...

                                               

Stjordalselva

Stjordalselva is a 70-kilometre long river that reaches from near the Norwegian–Swedish border down the Stjordalen valley through the municipalities of Meråker and Stjordal before entering the Trondheimsfjord. The mouth is located between the vil ...

                                               

Suldalslågen

The Suldalslågen is a river that is located in the municipality of Suldal in Rogaland county, Norway. The 22-kilometre long river runs from the lake Suldalsvatnet to the southwest to the village of Sand where it empties into the Sandsfjorden. The ...

                                               

Surna (Norway)

The Surna is a river in Trondelag and More og Romsdal counties in Norway. It runs from Rindal Municipality to Surnadal Municipality. The 45-kilometre long river begins near Ovre Rindal at the confluence of the rivers Tiåa and Lomunda. The river t ...

                                               

Tverråga

Tverråga is a river in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. The river flows from lake Tverrvatnet north until it joins the river Ranelva. The river absorbs seven other rivers during its course, the last one by Hamaren near the vil ...

                                               

Usta (Norway)

Usta or Usteåne is a river located in the municipality of Hol in Buskerud, Norway. It flows from Lake Ustevatn traveling northeast down the valley of Ustedalen to its confluence with Holselva. The ski resort at Geilo is situated just north of the ...

                                               

Vefsna

Vefsna, also known as Vaapstenjeanoe or Vapstalven, is the largest river in Nordland county, Norway. It is 163 kilometres long and drains a watershed of 4.122 square kilometres. Its headwaters lie in the mountains of Borgefjell National Park at t ...

                                               

Verdalselva

Verdalselva is a 21-kilometre long river in the municipality of Verdal in Trondelag county, Norway. The river begins at Holmen in the village of Vuku at the confluence of the rivers Inna and Helgåa. The river Inna drains the lake Innsvatnet near ...

                                               

Virvasselva

Virvasselva or Virvassåga or Viresjåhkå is a river in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. The river flows out of the eastern part of the lake Virvatnet. The stream Boneselva meets Virvasselva about 1 kilometre east of the lake Vi ...

                                               

Biala (Vistula)

Biala is a river in southern Poland, a right tributary of the Vistula, around 29 km long. It is the main river of the city of Bielsko-Biala and used to be historically important as a border river dividing not only Bielsko and Biala but for a few ...

                                               

Biebrza

Biebrza is a river in north-eastern Poland, a tributary of the Narew river, with a length of 164 kilometres and a basin area of 7.092 km 2. Larger towns in the area: Lipsk Wizna Osowiec-Twierdza Goniadz Radzilow Sztabin The region is usually divi ...

                                               

Brda (river)

The Brda ; German: Brahe) is a river in northwestern Poland, a tributary of the Vistula. It has a total length of 245 km and a catchment area of 4.665 km².

                                               

Brzeznicka Wegorza

Brzeznicka Wegorza is a river in gmina Wegorzyno, West Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland. It is a tributary of Rega, being long for about 40 km. Its beginnings can be found in the Studnica lake, in Drawa river region. It flows into Rega near Lobez. ...

                                               

Czarna Woda (Kaczawa)

Czarna Woda is a river of Poland, a tributary of the Kaczawa, which it meets in Legnica. The Czarna Woda is 48km long. It flows through Lower Silesian Voivodeship and has water falls in Legnica. The river also flows through marshes at Wierzbowski ...

                                               

Drwinka

Drwinka is a river, the right bank tributary of the Vistula with a length of 31.05 km. Drwinka flows in the Wieliczka and Bochnia Counties of Lesser Poland Voivodeship from sources near Niepolomice to the mouth in Swiniary, 133.5 km 83 km into th ...

                                               

Gwda

The Gwda is a river in Poland, a tributary of the Notec. It has a length of 140 km and a basin area of 4.947 km 2. It begins at Lake Studnica, northeast of Szczecinek. Its upper course flows through many lakes. It runs through the town of Pila. S ...

                                               

Ina (river)

The Ina is a river in northwestern Poland, a right tributary of the Oder River. The origins of the river are in Insko Lake Polish: jezioro Insko, and it flows through a succession of smaller lakes. The confluence of Ina River is localized in Poli ...

                                               

Krutynia

Krutynia is a river of Masurian Lake District in Poland. It discharges into the lake Beldany, which is connected with Lake Ros through several canals and lakes. Ros is drained by the river Pisa. The Krutynia is one of the most famous waterways, r ...

                                               

Lega (river)

Lega is a river of Poland, a right tributary of the river Biebrza. It feeds a number of lakes on the border of the Warmian-Masurian and Podlaskie Voivodeships. Its source is near the village Szarejki. It passes through the Great Olecko Lake and t ...

                                               

Liswarta

The Liswarta is a river in south-central Poland, a tributary of the Warta river. The Liswarta has a length of 93 km and basin area of 1.558 km 2. One of its tributaries is the Pankowka.

                                               

Liwiec

The river flows in the plains of Southern Podlaskie Voivodeship and central Masovian Voivodeship. It is 142 kilometres long and drains 2763 square kilometres of watershed. Its source is located to the north-west of Miedzyrzec Podlaski near Siedlc ...

                                               

Mleczna (river)

Mleczna is a river in central Poland, and it is a right tributary of the Radomka river. It has a length of 27.8 km and a basin area of ca. 300 km 2. The Mleczna has its source at a hill near Kowala and it empties into Radomka near Lisow. In the l ...

                                               

Netta (river)

The Netta is a river in north-east Poland, a right tributary of the Biebrza, approximately 20 kilometres long. It is a continuation of the Rospuda, which flows into Lake Rospuda north of the town of Augustow. The Rospuda and Netta together have a ...

                                               

Nogat

The Nogat is a 62 km long delta branch of the Vistula River. Unlike the main river, it does not empty into Gdansk Bay but rather into the Vistula Lagoon. The Nogat has its origin near the city of Biala Gora as a distributary of the Vistula River. ...

                                               

Obra (river)

Obra is a river in west Poland, a tributary of the Warta river, with a length of 171 kilometres and a basin area of 2.760 km 2. The river is popular with canoe and kayak enthusiasts and an established canoe trail exists.

                                               

Oslawa

The Oslawa is a river in South-Eastern Poland. Its name comes from the ancient west Slavic dialect word osla, meaning "stone". It begins in the Bieszczady mountains and flows through western Sanok Land. The river ultimately flows into the San nea ...

                                               

Pelcznica (river)

Pelcznica is a river of Poland, a tributary of the Strzegomka. The Pelcznica River is located in Lower Silesia, and is the largest tributary of the Strzegomka, 39 km. in length. The source of the river begins above Walbrzych, in the Walbrzych Mou ...

                                               

Pielnica

The Pielnica is a river in South-Eastern Poland. Its name comes from the ancient German dialect word piella, the river, a tributary of the Wislok on the right bank. It begins in the Bieszczady mountains and flows through western Pogorze Bukowskie ...

                                               

Pisa (river)

The Pisa is a river in north-eastern Poland with a length of 82 km and a basin area of 4.510 km 2. It belongs to the Masurian Lake District of the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship. The Pisa river flows from Lake Ros near the town of Pisz, and is a tr ...

                                               

Pradnik (river)

Pradnik is a river in Poland, running through the Krakow-Czestochowa Upland in Polands Lesser Poland voivodeship. The river is a left tributary of Vistula. The source of the river lies in the village of Suloszowa in the Olkusz Uplands. It flows i ...

                                               

Raba (river)

The Raba is a river in the south of Poland, right tributary to the river Vistula. Its source is in the Beskids, between the towns of Rabka-Zdroj and Nowy Targ. It flows to the north and then to the northeast. Towns along the river Raba include Ra ...

                                               

Radomka

The Radomka is a river in central Poland and a left tributary of the Vistula. It has a length of 98 km and a basin area of over 2000 km². The river has its source in forests 4 km south from Przysucha, at the height of 310 meters above sea level. ...

                                               

Radunia

The Radunia is a small river in Kashubia, which issues from a lake and falls into the Motlawa near Gdansk. A part of its water is conveyed into the city via the 13.5 km long Radunia Channel Kanal Raduni pl / Radaunekanal de) or New Radaune, a can ...

                                               

Skawinka

Skawinka is a river in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship of Poland, right tributary of the Vistula River with a length of 34 km and a drainage basin of 365 km². The average discharge is 2.90 m³ / s. Its sources are located on the slopes of Babica in ...

                                               

Skora

Skora is a river of Poland, a tributary of the Czarna Woda. Known in German as the Schnelle Deichsa, it flows through the Legnica and Zlotoryja districts, with its source in the foothills of Kaczawskiego. Towns along the river include Pielgrzymke ...

                                               

Sleza

Sleza is a 78.6 km long river in Lower Silesia, southern Poland, a left tributary of the Oder. It starts in the Niemcza Hills, part of the Sudeten Foreland, and flows near Mount Sleza through the Silesian Lowland and enters the Oder in Wroclaw. T ...

                                               

Solokiya River

The Solokiya is a river in Poland and Ukraine and a tributary of the Bug River. Its source is located north of Tomaszow Lubelski and in its upper reaches the Solokiya runs mainly in a southeastern direction. Near the crossing of the Polish-Ukrain ...

                                               

Swina

The Swina is a river in northwest Poland, between 2 and 4 km from the German border. It flows from Szczecin Lagoon to the Baltic Sea between the islands of Uznam and Wolin. It is a part of the Oder estuary, and carries about 75% of that rivers wa ...

                                               

Tywa

Tywa is a river in north-western Poland, a tributary of the East Oder river with a length of 47.9 km and catchment area of 264.5 km². It flows from Lake Mysliborz the Plain Weltynska, in Western Pomerania. The river flows from a small lake south ...

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