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Ngiri River

The Ngiri River is a tributary of the Ubangi River that flows southward through the Sud-Ubangi District of Equateur province, Democratic Republic of the Congo. The Ngiri originates near the town of Kungu in Kungu Territory. It forms the boundary ...

                                               

Yekokora river

The Yekokora River is a river in Equateur province, Democratic Republic of the Congo. The Yekokora is a tributary of the Lopori River. The Lopori River joins with the Maringa River to the south, to form the Lulonga River, a tributary of the Congo ...

                                               

Pacuare River

The Pacuare River, or the Rio Pacuare, flows approximately 108 kilometres to the Caribbean. It is a popular location for white water rafting, whitewater kayaking and riverboarding. The rainforests that surround the river are home to exotic animal ...

                                               

Tarcoles River

The Tarcoles River, also called the Grande de Tarcoles River or the Rio Grande de Tarcoles, in Costa Rica originates on the southern slopes of the Cordillera Central volcanic range and flows in a south-westerly direction to the Gulf of Nicoya. Th ...

                                               

Krapanski Potok

The Krapanski Potok is a tributary to the Rasa in Istria, Croatia. It originates close to the town of Rasa, flows roughly south and flows into the Rasa close to the village Most Rasa.

                                               

Vucica

                                               

Karkotis

The river Karkotis is a river in Cyprus. It is also known as Klarios River. Its source is on the northeastern slopes of the Troodos Mountains. It crosses the Solea valley and empties into the Morfou bay. It has a length of 24.750 m. The river has ...

                                               

Coaque River

The sources of the Coaque River are in the Bilsa Biological Station in the Mache-Chindul Ecological Reserve. The river enters the Pacific Ocean at coordinates 0.016667°N 80.1°W  / 0.016667; -80.1, to the south of Pedernales.

                                               

Janeda (river)

The Janijõgi is a river in the Kõrvemaa region of Estonia. It is a right tributary of the Jagala River. The Janijõgi originates 5.5 kilometres 3.4 mi west of Ambla, at the settlement of Karavete in Ambla Parish, 1.2 kilometers northwest of the cr ...

                                               

Gilgel Gibe River

Gilgel Gibe River is a major tributary of the larger Gibe River in southwest Ethiopia in western Oromia Region. It flows in an arc through the south of the Jimma Zone, defining part of the Zones boundary with that of the Southern Nations, Nationa ...

                                               

Gulla (river)

The Gulla river is a river in Ethiopia which rises in the Choke mountains. It is one of the major tributaries of the Abay or Blue Nile. The flow of Gulla river reaches its maximum volume in the rainy season. The river joins Temcha river after it ...

                                               

Borgå å

                                               

Inari River

                                               

Kumo alv

                                               

Kymmene (river)

The Kymi is a river in Finland. It begins at Lake Paijanne, flows through the provinces of Paijanne Tavastia, Uusimaa and Kymenlaakso and discharges into the Gulf of Finland. The river passes the towns of Heinola and Kouvola. The town of Kotka is ...

                                               

Kymmene (river)

                                               

Pasvik alv

                                               

Tana alv

                                               

Tenojoki

                                               

Rivers of Finland by municipality

                                               

Aïgue Longue

The Aïgue Longue rises in the moor of Pont-Long in the north of Pau. It flows through the lake of Uzein and joins the Luy de Bearn, 77 kilometres 48 mi upstream from Mazerolles, Pyrenees-Atlantiques, in a parallel motion with the Uzan. A dam near ...

                                               

Apance

The Apance is a river in the East of France. It is one of the main tributaries to the Upper Saone from the Champagne-Ardenne region. It is the easternmost river of the region within the borders of Lorraine and Franche-Comte.

                                               

Aran (river)

The Aran, from Basque Harana, is a left tributary of the Adour, in the French Basque Country, in Aquitaine, Southwest France. The river is also known as the Joyeuse, which is also the name of a tributary of the Bidouze.

                                               

Ardanabia

The Ardanabia is a left tributary of the Adour, in the French Basque Country, in Aquitaine, Southwest France.

                                               

Ardiere

The Ardiere is a river in the Rhone department of France. The Ardiere is of one the tributaries of the Saone, which flows from the mountains of Beaujolais.

                                               

Argens

The Argens is a 116 km long river of the French Riviera. Its basin is fully included in the Var department. The river goes through Vidauban, Le Muy, Roquebrune-sur-Argens, Frejus, then it flows into the Mediterranean Sea, near Frejus.

                                               

Armançon

The river Armançon drains part of north-western Burgundy in France. It rises at Meilly-sur-Rouvres in the department of Cote-dOr and flows into the Yonne at Migennes. Its source is at about 380 m above sea level and it enters the Yonne, 202 km do ...

                                               

Arros (river)

The Arros rises in the Baronnies of Pyrenees, southeast of Bagneres-de-Bigorre, below the Signal de Bassia 1 921 m. It flows north through a narrow valley defended by the castle of Mauvezin and the bastide of Tournay. It joins the Adour before it ...

                                               

Aude (river)

The Aude is a river of southern France that is 224 kilometres long. Its source is in the Pyrenees mountains then runs to Carcassonne and finally reaches the Mediterranean Sea near Narbonne. The river is navigable by raft or canoe for nearly all o ...

                                               

Aulne

The Aulne is a 144 km long river of Brittany in north-western France, flowing down the hills and emptying into the roadstead of Brest, one of the many fjord-like bays just south of Brest. The river is part of the Canal de Nantes à Brest, the navi ...

                                               

Authie (river)

The Authie is a river in northern France whose 103-kilometre course crosses the departement of the Pas-de-Calais and the Somme. Its source is near the village of Coigneux. It flows through the towns of Doullens, Auxi-le-Chateau, Nempont-Saint-Fir ...

                                               

Auvezere

The Auvezere is a 112 km long river in the regions Limousin and Aquitaine, France. It is a tributary of the river Isle, which is itself a tributary of the Dordogne.

                                               

Bandiat

The Bandiat is a small river that is 91 km long, a left tributary of the Tardoire. It flows through the Haute-Vienne, Dordogne and Charente departments in France.

                                               

Beauronne (Les Leches)

The Beauronne is a 15 km long stream in the Dordogne department, France. It is a tributary of the river Isle. The name has a Celtic origin, and comes from bebros "beaver" and ona "river".

                                               

Beez

The Beez, is a left tributary of the Gave de Pau, in Bearn, in the Southwest of France. It flows into the gave upstream from Pau, between the Ouzoum and the Luz.

                                               

Belles-Dames

The Belles-Dames is a small river in the Correze and Dordogne departments of southwestern France. It is a tributary of the Auvezere river, which is part of the Dordogne basin. Its source is near Beyssenac, and it flows into the Auvezere near Payzac.

                                               

Bidouze

The Bidouze rises at the base of Eltzarreko Ordokia in the Arbailles massif. It drains the east of the Lower Navarre, crossing Saint-Palais the main town. Then it flows into the Adour in Guiche. Bidouze is one of the reference rivers of minor wat ...

                                               

Blame

The Blame, is a small river in the region of Aquitaine in France. It is 6.1 kilometres long. It flows entirely within the department of Dordogne.

                                               

Boeme

The Boeme is a river in the southwest of France, a tributary of the Charente. The river begins in the Charente department in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region. It is sometimes written as Boême and Boheme.

                                               

Bouchot

For people with the surname, see Bouchot. The Bouchot is a river in the French region of Lorraine which flows in the Vosges department. It is a right tributary of the Moselotte, and thus a sub-tributary of the Rhine via the Moselotte and the Moselle.

                                               

Calavon

The Calavon is an 88.3-kilometre long river in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence and Vaucluse departements, southeastern France. Its source is near Banon. It flows generally west-southwest. It is a right tributary of the Durance into which it flows at ...

                                               

Canche

The river Canche is one of the rivers that flow from the plateau of southern Boulonnais and Picardy, into the English Channel, of which the Somme is the largest example. The basin of the Canche extends to 1.274 square kilometres and lies in the s ...

                                               

Charente (river)

The Charente is a 381-kilometre long river in southwestern France. Its source is in the Haute-Vienne departement at Cheronnac, a small village near Rochechouart. It flows through the departments of Haute-Vienne, Charente, Vienne and Charente-Mari ...

                                               

Ciron

The Ciron rises in the eastern end of the Moors of Gascony, in Landes. It flows north-west, mainly through the moors of Gironde, crosses the Sauternes vineyard and joins the Garonne at Barsac, downstream from Langon. The moisture it brings, and m ...

                                               

Cleurie (river)

The Cleurie or rupt de Cleurie is a river in the Lorraine in France, which flows in the Vosges department. It is a right tributary of the Moselotte, and thus a sub-tributary of the Rhine, via the Moselotte and the Moselle.

                                               

Couesnon

The Couesnon is a river running from the departement of Mayenne in north-western France, forming an estuary at Mont Saint-Michel. It is 97.8 km long, and its drainage basin is 1.124 km 2. Its final stretch forms the border between the historical ...

                                               

Couze (Dordogne)

The Couze is a 32-kilometre-long tributary of the Dordogne in France, with its source between Fongalop and Bouillac, and its mouth in Port-de-Couze. The lower half of the stream runs between limestone cliffs. The main villages along the river and ...

                                               

Couzon (Gier)

The Couzon is a river in the Loire department of France, a tributary of the Gier, which in turn is a tributary of the Rhone. A dam on the river, built to serve as a reservoir for the Givors canal, now provides drinking water to the town of Rive-d ...

                                               

Deûle

The Deûle is a river of northern France which is channeled for the main part of its course. The upstream part is still partly free-flowing and is known as the Souchez. The Deûle flows into the Lys in Deûlemont. The Souchez is formed from the unio ...

                                               

Dive (river)

The Dive is a 73.7 km river in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine and Pays de la Loire regions in western France. It is a right-bank tributary of the Thouet. Its source is in the commune of Maisonneuve, Vienne. It later bisects the department of Deux-Sevres ...

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