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Kwisa

The Kwisa is a river in south-western Poland, a left tributary of the Bobr, which itself is a left tributary of the Oder river. It rises in the Izera Mountains, part of the Western Sudetes range, where it runs along the border with the Czech Repu ...

                                               

Leba (river)

The Leba, a river in Middle Pomerania, originates near the village of Borzestowo west of Kartuzy, passes through Lebsko Lake and empties into the Baltic Sea. It is 117 km long with a basin area of 1.801 km². The town of Lebork lies on the river L ...

                                               

Mala Panew

The Mala Panew is a river in south-western Poland, Silesian and Opole Voivodeships. It is a right tributary of the Oder, merging with the Oder near the village of Czarnowasy near Opole. The length of the Mala Panew is 132 km; the area of the wate ...

                                               

Motlawa

Motlawa is a river in Eastern Pomerania in Poland. The source is in Szpegawskie Lake, northeast from Starogard Gdanski. It goes through Rokickie Lake to Martwa Wisla, a branch of the Vistula. The total length of the river is estimated at 68 km, w ...

                                               

Ner

The Ner is a river in central Poland approximately 134 km long, with sources to the south-east of Lodz. It is one of the right tributaries of the Warta River, and the largest river in Lodz.

                                               

Nida (river)

The Nida pronounced is a river in central Poland, a left tributary of the Vistula river, into which it flows near Nowy Korczyn). The Nida has a length of 154 kilometres and a basin area of 3.844 km 2. This includes the protected area called Nida ...

                                               

Niemica (river)

The Niemica River is a river in Poland. It is a tributary of the Swiniec River. It is 27 kilometres long, and has a basin size of 112.6 square kilometres. Its source is located south of Lake Zabie, by the No. 420 railway line. Initially, the rive ...

                                               

Nurzec

The Nurzec is a river in north-eastern Poland, a tributary of the Bug River. It flows through the geographical region known in Polish as Wysoczyzny Podlasko-Bialoruskie. Administratively it lies within Podlaskie Voivodeship and Masovian Voivodesh ...

                                               

Eastern Neisse

The Eastern Neisse, also known by its Polish name of Nysa Klodzka, is a river in southwestern Poland, a left tributary of the Oder, with a length of 188 km and a basin area of 4.570 km². Prior to World War II it was part of Germany. During the Ya ...

                                               

Nysa Mala

The Nysa Mala is a river in Poland that is about 19 kilometres long, and is a left tributary of the Raging Neisse. In the area of the foothills of the Sudetes it flows through the Chelmy Landscape Park. The Little Neisse flows for much of its cou ...

                                               

Piasnica

For villages of the same name, see Piasnica Mala and Piasnica Wielka as well as Piasnica, Puck County. The Piasnica is a river in northern Poland, in Puck County near Gdansk, in Pomeranian Voivodeship. It begins inside the Puszcza Darzlubska Wild ...

                                               

Przemsza

Przemsza is a river in the south of Poland, a tributary of the Vistula. According to one theory, it originates at the confluence of the Black Przemsza and White Przemsza, between the cities of Myslowice and Jaworzno. For about 24 km it flows sout ...

                                               

Raging Neisse

The Raging Neisse is a river in Poland. It has a length of about 51 kilometres and flows into the Kaczawa, which in turn flows into the Oder. Its largest tributary is the Little Neisse. The Raging Neisse rises at a height of 600 metres on the wes ...

                                               

Rawa (river)

Rawa, older name Rozdzianka) is a minor river in Silesia, Poland. It is the largest right tributary of the Brynica, itself a tributary of the Przemsza, which in turn is a tributary of the Vistula. The entire length of the Rawa is within the Upper ...

                                               

Reda (river)

The Reda is a river in northern Poland in the Pomeranian Voivodship. It empties into the Bay of Puck, a part of Gdansk Bay. The Reda is 45 km long, and drains about 485 square kilometers. It flows within the geographical region of Pobrzeze Kaszub ...

                                               

Rospuda

The Rospuda Polish pronunciation: is a small river in north-eastern Poland. It flows through the Suwalki Region of Poland, including the north-western part of the large Augustow Primeval Forest wilderness area. Its continuation, the Netta, is a t ...

                                               

Rudawa (river)

Rudawa is a small river in Lesser Poland Voivodeship, Poland; a tributary of the Vistula river. Rudawa joins Vistula in Krakow near the district of Zwierzyniec. Through the city, the flow of the river is controlled by artificial embankments. Ruda ...

                                               

Skawa

Skawa is a river in southern Poland, a right tributary of the Vistula. It originates in the Western Carpathians, is 96 km long and drains 1.160 km². It passes several towns: Jordanow, Makow Podhalanski, Sucha Beskidzka, Wadowice and Zator, and wh ...

                                               

Sola

The Sola is a river in southern Poland, a right tributary of the Vistula. Sola originates in the Western Beskids mountain range near the border with Slovakia. It is made up of the confluence of several small creeks at the village of Rajcza. It ru ...

                                               

Suprasl (river)

Suprasl - is a river in east Poland in Podlaskie Voivodeship, a tributary of the Narew river, with a length of 93.8 kilometres and the basin area of 1844.4 km 2 Suprasl is the source of the drinking water for Bialystok.

                                               

Swelinia

Swelinia, also known as Swelina or GrenzfluS, is a name of a brook between Northern part of Sopot and Southern Gdynia. It terminates into the Baltic Sea. The original Slavic name Swelinia occurred first time in documents from 13th century Rivulum ...

                                               

Trojanka (river)

The Trojanka, is a stream, a right tributary of the Warta river, lying within the district of Gmina Murowana Goslina in Greater Poland Voivodeship, western Poland. It has a total length of approximately 20 kilometres. It broadens into lakes at se ...

                                               

Tysmienica (Wieprz)

Tysmienica is a river in east central Poland, a tributary of the river Wieprz. Tysmienica flows through Lublin Voivodeship, at the length of 75 kilometres. It begins at the Krzczen Lake near Ostrow Lubelski and empties into Wieprz around Wola Skr ...

                                               

Wda

The Wda is a river in Poland; it has a lowland character. The Wda is one of the 15 main canoe trails in Poland. It is 198 km long and the surface of its catchment area amounts to 2325 km 2. The Wdas average gradient is 0.7‰ and its flow is 6.52 m ...

                                               

Wieprz

The Wieprz, lit. "Boar" ; Ukrainian: Вепр, romanized: Vepr) is a river in central-eastern Poland, a tributary of the Vistula. It is the countrys ninth longest river, with a total length of 349 km and a catchment area of 10.497 km², all within Pol ...

                                               

Wilga (Krakow)

Wilga is a river in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship of Poland. The right tributary of the Vistula River, it feeds off in Krakow on Volyn Boulevard. In the upper reaches of the river there are minnows, chubs and a few brook trouts. The sources are a ...

                                               

Wislok

Wislok is a river in south-eastern Poland, a tributary of the San River, with a length of 220 kilometres and a basin area of 3.538 km 2. The root of the name Vis-lok is Indo-European or pre-Indo-European. The first metal bridges on highways were ...

                                               

Abadia River

Abadia River is a river in Portugal. It flows into the Alcobaça River. It is born near Batalha, passes through Alpedriz and Valado dos Frades, where it flows into the river Alcobaça. In 1747, the Abadia river was located in the District of Leiria ...

                                               

Arade River

The Arade is a river located in the region of the Algarve, southern Portugal. the rivers course takes it through the municipalities of Silves, Lagoa and Portimão. The source of the river lies to the southwest of the Serra do Caldeirão mountain ri ...

                                               

Balsemão River

The Rio Balsemão is a small stream that originates in the mountain range of Serra de Montemuro. It passes through narrow canyons before it reaches the major city Lamego. Part of the Douro basin, its entire path is made in the old district of Vise ...

                                               

Mira River (Portugal)

The Mira River is a Portuguese river in southwestern Alentejo. It is 145 kilometres long. It has its sources on the northern slopes of the Serra do Caldeirão and pursues a southeast–northwest course with a generally mild inclination to the Atlant ...

                                               

Odelouca River

Following the loss of habitats and environments following the filling of the dam measures have been taken to compensate for the losses. Restoration has been carried out along a 180-hectare 450-acre stretch of the left bank of the river with the a ...

                                               

Tavora River

The Tavora River is a river that rises near Trancoso and flows north until it flows into the Douro River, of which it is a tributary. Its main tributaries are the Gradiz, Rio de Mel, Azores and Leziria streams. Originating in Trancoso district of ...

                                               

Agi Cabul

The Agi Cabul is a river in Constanța County, Romania. It discharges into the Danube–Black Sea Canal in Medgidia. Its length is 22 km and its basin size is 118 km 2.

                                               

Albești (Black Sea)

The Albești is a river in Constanța County, Romania. In the city Mangalia it flows into the Black Sea. Its length is 25 km and its basin size is 326 km 2.

                                               

Amutria River

                                               

Avrameni (river)

The Avrameni is a left tributary of the river Bașeu in Romania. It flows into the Bașeu in Hanești. Its length is 12 km and its basin size is 33 km 2.

                                               

Baneasa (river)

The Baneasa is a right tributary of the river Chineja in Romania. It flows into the Chineja in the village Baneasa. Its length is 17 km and its basin size is 27 km 2.

                                               

Barboși

The Barboși is a right tributary of the river Elan in Romania. It flows into the Elan near Poșta Elan. Its length is 19 km and its basin size is 41 km 2.

                                               

Bașeu

The Bașeu is a right tributary of the river Prut in Romania. It discharges into the Prut near Ștefanești, on the border with Moldova. Its length is 118 km and its basin size is 965 km 2. It flows through the villages and towns Damileni, Suharau, ...

                                               

Bodeasa (river)

The Bodeasa is a left tributary of the river Bașeu in Romania. It discharges into the Bașeu in Miron Costin. Its length is 28 km and its basin size is 100 km 2.

                                               

Bohotin

The Bohotin is a right tributary of the river Prut in Romania. It flows into the Prut in Gura Bohotin. Its length is 22 km and its basin size is 107 km 2.

                                               

Bujorul

The Bujorul is a right tributary of the river Chineja in Romania. It flows into the Chineja in the town Targu Bujor. Its length is 30 km and its basin size is 93 km 2.

                                               

Caraș

                                               

Cartal

The Cartal is a right tributary of the river Casimcea in Romania. It flows into the Casimcea in Pantelimon de Jos. Its length is 26 km and its basin size is 128 km 2.

                                               

Cașla

The Cașla is a right tributary of the river Elan in Romania. It flows into the Elan in Gușiței. Its length is 15 km and its basin size is 62 km 2.

                                               

Cerchezoaia

The Cerchezoaia is a right tributary of the river Prut in Romania. It flows into the Prut near Vladomira. Its length is 17 km and its basin size is 66 km 2.

                                               

Chineja

The Chineja is a right tributary of the river Prut in Romania. It flows through the towns and villages Berești, Targu Bujor, Foltești, Tamaoani, Frumușița, Tulucești and Vanatori, and through the Lake Brateș. Its length is 79 km and its basin siz ...

                                               

Ciolac

The Ciolac is a right tributary of the river Bașeu in Romania. It flows into the Bașeu near Hudești. Its length is 10 km and its basin size is 46 km 2.

                                               

Cocoș (Constanța)

The Cocoș is a small river in Constanța County, Romania. It discharges into the northern branch of the Danube–Black Sea Canal in Poarta Alba. Its length is 14 km and its basin size is 65 km 2.

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