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Gail (river)

The name Gail developed from Old High German Gila, in turn from the form *Gīla which was also the source of the Slovene name Zilja. It is likely that the name is of substrate origin, predating the Roman presence in the area. The name is believed ...

                                               

Moll

The river rises in the High Tauern range of the Central Eastern Alps on the Pasterze Glacier at the foot of the Grossglockner, the highest mountain in Austria. It discharges after 84 km 52 mi near Mollbrucke into the Drava. At the beginning of it ...

                                               

Northern Taurach

The Northern Taurach, also called the Pongau Taurach is a right-hand tributary of the Enns in Austria. It is one of the two rivers named Taurach, both of which rise near the Radstadter Tauern Pass, but drain in opposite directions. The two valley ...

                                               

Schiederweiher

The Schiederweiher is an artificial lake in Hinterstoder, Upper Austria, created by impounding the river Krumme Steyr. The pond resides at the altitude of 612 m above sea level at the foot of the GroSer Priel in the Totes Gebirge mountain range. ...

                                               

Jezava

The Jezava is a river in central Serbia. Formerly a distributary of the Great Morava that flowed into the Danube in Smederevo at the Smederevo Fortress, its upper course was separated from the Great Morava by a dam after floods in 1897. In the 19 ...

                                               

Resava (river)

The Resava is a river in central Serbia, a 65 km-long right tributary to the Velika Morava. It also gives the name to the surrounding Resava region, the Resava Monastery, the coal mines in its valley and a popular tourist destination of Resava Cave.

                                               

Resavcina

The Resavcina is a river in Serbia, a 32 km-long right tributary to the Velika Morava river. It is sometimes also called Resavica or Resava. In Resavcina originates near the village Prostinac in the municipality of Svilajnac. The river initially ...

                                               

Ralja (river)

The Ralja is a river in the Sumadija region of Serbia. It is a 51 km long left tributary to the Jezava, which is a tributary of the Great Morava river. It also gives its name to the surrounding Sumadijas subregion of Ralja. In Ralja originates fr ...

                                               

Oberrieder Weiher

The Oberrieder Weiher is like many other ponds in the valleys of Gunz and Mindel a former gravel pit which is filled with ground water. The pond is located near the river Gunz in the municipality of Breitenthal in the district of Gunzburg. Becaus ...

                                               

Bizdidel

The Bizdidel is a left tributary of the river Ialomița in Romania. It discharges into the Ialomița in Branești. Its length is 26 km and its basin size is 94 km 2.

                                               

Bratei

The Bratei is a right tributary of the river Ialomița in Romania. Its source is in the Bucegi Mountains. It flows into the Ialomița in Dobrești. Its length is 14 km and its basin size is 55 km 2.

                                               

Cricovul Dulce

The Cricovul Dulce or Cricov is a left tributary of the river Ialomița in Romania. It discharges into the Ialomița near Șirna. It flows through the towns and villages Valea Lunga-Cricov, Iedera de Jos, Moreni, Ion Luca Caragiale, Vladeni, Baltița ...

                                               

Crivaț (river)

The Crivaț is a left tributary of the river Ialomița in Romania. It discharges into the Ialomița in Crivațu. Its length is 29 km and its basin size is 102 km 2.

                                               

Ialomicioara (left tributary)

The Ialomicioara is a left tributary of the river Ialomița in Romania. It discharges into the Ialomița in Pucheni. Its length is 14 km and its basin size is 75 km 2.

                                               

Ialomicioara (right tributary)

The Ialomicioara is a right tributary of the river Ialomița in Romania. It discharges into the Ialomița in Fieni. The upper reach of the river is also known as Vaca. Its length is 27 km and its basin size is 95 km 2.

                                               

Pascov

The Pascov is a left tributary of the river Ialomița in Romania. It discharges into the Ialomița in Gheboaia. Its length is 38 km and its basin size is 74 km 2.

                                               

Raciu (river)

The Raciu is a right tributary of the river Ialomița in Romania. Its source is in the Leaota Mountains. It flows into the Ialomița north of Pucheni. Its length is 11 km and its basin size is 17 km 2.

                                               

Racovița (Ialomița)

The Racovița is a right tributary of the river Ialomița in Romania. It flows into the Ialomița in Baleni-Romani. Its length is 12 km and its basin size is 18 km 2.

                                               

Slanic (Ialomița)

The Slanic is a left tributary of the river Ialomița in Romania. It discharges into the Ialomița in Comișani. Its length is 30 km and its basin size is 82 km 2.

                                               

Slanic de Razvad

The Slanic de Razvad is a left tributary of the river Ialomița in Romania. It flows into the Ialomița near Razvad. Its length is 22 km and its basin size is 47 km 2.

                                               

Țața

The Țața is a right tributary of the river Ialomița in Romania. It flows into the Ialomița in Buciumeni. Its length is 16 km and its basin size is 17 km 2.

                                               

Vulcana (river)

The Vulcana is a right tributary of the river Ialomița in Romania. It discharges into the Ialomița in Șotanga. Its length is 20 km and its basin size is 105 km 2.

                                               

Glaveș

The Glaveș is a left tributary of the river Sarata in Romania. It flows into the Sarata in Mihailești. Its length is 9 km and its basin size is 79 km 2.

                                               

Naianca

The Naianca is a right tributary of the river Sarata in Romania. It flows into the Sarata near Movila Banului. Its length is 25 km and its basin size is 83 km 2.

                                               

Pietroasa (Sarata)

The Pietroasa is a right tributary of the river Sarata in Romania. It flows into the Sarata near Movila Banului. Its length is 10 km and its basin size is 54 km 2.

                                               

Provița (river)

The Provița is a left tributary of the river Cricovul Dulce in Romania. It discharges into the Cricovul Dulce in Vladeni. It flows through the villages Ocina de Sus, Adunați, Ocina de Jos, Provița de Sus, Provița de Jos, Draganeasa, Magureni, Fil ...

                                               

Balana

The Balana is a right tributary of the river Ghighiu in Romania. It flows into the Ghighiu near Fulga de Jos. Its length is 39 km and its basin size is 190 km 2.

                                               

Tohaneanca

The Tohaneanca is a right tributary of the river Ghighiu in Romania. It flows into the Ghighiu in Mizil. Its length is 20 km and its basin size is 63 km 2.

                                               

Iller

The Iller is a river of Bavaria and Baden-Wurttemberg in Germany. It is a right tributary of the Danube, 146 kilometres long. It is formed by the confluence of Brith, panoramic views and Trettach near Oberstdorf in the allgäu region of the Alps, ...

                                               

Buxach (Iller)

Buxach is a river of Bavaria, Germany. In Buxbach is the right tributary of the Iller and about 16.7 miles 10.4 Mi long. Its source is located in the South-Eastern part of the municipality "Kronburg", near Einode HeiSenschwende. Buxach rectified ...

                                               

Schwaltenweiher

The Schwaltenweiher is a reservoir lake in the Ostallgau foothills of the Alps. It lies 14 km from the Allgau Alps between the towns of Seeg and Ruckholz. It was named after the Schwaltenmuhle mill built beside it, which was in turn named after t ...

                                               

Fallbach

The Fallbach is a creek in Austria. It has a length of 7 km and lies in full in Innsbrucks city area. It originates near the Gramart area on the Hungerburg at 900 metres above sea level. It runs straight in southern direction to St. Nikolaus wher ...

                                               

Geroldsbach

The Geroldsbach creek originates southern of Gotzens on 1.900 m above sea level. It is compound of 5 fan-like source waters. First it flows through the village and changes there its direction Northeast and passes through the district Neu-Gotzens. ...

                                               

Gurglbach

The Gurglbach originates on Mount Heiterwand near Nassereith from a height of approximately 2.630 m. It flows from west to east to Tarrenz village, the only village that it passes completely through. There, it changes its route and flows south to ...

                                               

Hartbach

The Hartbach is a small tributary of the Inn in Upper Austria and originates in the Senftenbach area. It flows from South to North to the Inn and merges with it 2 km east of Obernberg am Inn.

                                               

Isen (river)

The Isen is a small river in southeast Upper Bavaria with a length of about 81 kilometres. The Isen rises near Lacken and flows through one of the most unspoiled regions of Old Bavaria: the Isen Valley. First saw the light in the district of muhl ...

                                               

Kaiserbach

The Kaiserbach or Sparchenbach is a stream in the Kaisertal in the Kaisergebirge mountains in the Tyrolean Unterland of Austria. It rises at about 1.500 m above sea level near the Stripsenjoch saddle and empties in Untere Sparchen, a quarter of K ...

                                               

Lanser Bach

The Lanser Bach, also called Muhlbach or Lanserbach, is a river of Tyrol, Austria. To Lancer Bach pours from local networks along with Paschberg in Aldrans and merges with the INN after 17 km 11 mi on the Eastern outskirts of Innsbruck. Below cas ...

                                               

Lohbach (Inn)

The Lohbach is a stream in Innsbruck, Austria that originates from a spring at the eastern edge of the Kranebitter ravine. It runs in eastern direction along Hotting-West and Lohbachsiedlung, further to Vogelebichl. At the Fischerhauslweg the nam ...

                                               

Melach

The Melach is a river located in the western part of the district of Innsbruck-Land. Formed by the confluence of several smaller streams at the foot of the Lisenser Fernerkogel, the Melach is a right tributary of the Inn and has a length of 23.4 ...

                                               

Muhlauer Bach

The Muhlauer Bach is a left-side tributary of the Inn in Germany. It originates at an elevation of 1138m above sea level above sea level. It runs via the Arzler wind-gap in southern direction through Muhlau to the Inn River. With exception of the ...

                                               

Otztaler Ache

The Otztaler Ache is a right tributary of the Inn in the district of Imst, Tyrol, Austria. It flows through the Otztal valley, a southern branch the Inntal. Including its source rivers the Venter Ache and Rofenache, it is 66.5 kilometres long. Th ...

                                               

Pitze

The Pitze is a right tributary of the river Inn in the Imst district and flows through the Pitztal valley, a southern branch of the Inntal. It has a length of about 41 kilometres, and its basin area is 308 km 2. It merges with the Inn 3 kilometre ...

                                               

Schlossbach (Inn)

The Schlossbach is a left tributary of the River Inn in the Austrian state of Tyrol that discharges into the Inn at Zirl. It rises below the Reither Spitze in the municipality of Reith bei Seefeld and flows in a north to south direction. After ar ...

                                               

Tuffbach (Inn)

The Tuffbach, also known locally as the Weissbach, originates in the Lepsius tunnel at the abandoned quarry of Hotting at 720 metres above sea level. It runs in a southerly direction past the Englishmans Tomb to the Hoher Weg where it merges near ...

                                               

Vomperbach

The Vomperbach rises in the Karwendel mountain range, close to the source of the Isar. It flows first from West to East. Above the village of Vomp - which it passes through - it changes its course and flows from North to South into the Inn River. ...

                                               

Weiherburgbach

The Weiherburgbach originates above the Alpine Zoo of Innsbruck at 720 m above sea level and flows down in a southern direction to the Inn River. It has a length of 1.5 km and lies completely within a developed area. The Creek provides the zoo wi ...

                                               

WeiSenbach (Inn)

The WeiSenbach or Weissenbach rises in the Halltal and flows near Absam from Gnadenwald to the south to the village of Mils, Austria, which is located 12 km east of Innsbruck. Just after the Lower Inn Valley Railway bridge it flows into the Inn R ...

                                               

Aldranser Bach

The Aldranser Bach is a small river at Innsbruck, Tyrol, Austria. Source Adranser Bach is located in a forest near Aldrans. It flows in a northerly direction to the castle Ambras. In the past, was a public pool that was fed Haus Bach. In the cast ...

                                               

Sistranser Bach

The Sistranser Bach is a small river at Innsbruck, Tyrol, Austria. In Sistranser Bach originates near sistrans Alpine hut at a height of 1.400–1.600 meters 4.600–5.200 meters. It is formed of five rivers source is almost the same size that look l ...

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