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Nure

The Nure is a small river in northern Italy. It has its source on the northern slopes of Mt. Nero, elevation 1.754 metres above sea level, and after a course of about 75 kilometres - the second longest of the province - flows into the Po River 10 ...

                                               

Orba (river)

Orba is a toponym which is quite frequent in Europe, especially in Italy, France and Spain in a variety of different forms and spelling. The name is of Celtic origin and related to Celtic mythology as a toponym often associated with rivers whose ...

                                               

Panaro (river)

The Panaro is an Italian river and the final right-hand tributary to the Po, discounting the Cavo Napoleonico canal. It runs right across Emilia-Romagna in a north-easterly direction: from its source close to the Apennine watershed, where Emilia- ...

                                               

Parma (river)

It begins from the lake Lago Santo parmense outflow called Parma di Lago Santo and small lakes Gemio and Scuro outflow called Parma di Badignana. After only 4 kilometres 2.5 mi Parma di Lago Santo meets Parma di Badignana and then the river take ...

                                               

Polcevera

The river is named the Polcevera from Pontedecimo, at the confluence of the Torrente Ricco left-hand and torrente Verde right-hand. Between Pontedecimo and the Ligurian Sea, the Polcevera is 11 kilometres 6.8 mi long, but its total length includi ...

                                               

Rabbi (river)

The Rabbi is a river in the Tuscany and Emilia-Romagna regions of Italy. The source of the river is in the Foreste Casentinesi, Monte Falterona, Campigna National Park in the Appennino Tosco-Emiliano mountains in the province of Florence. The riv ...

                                               

Reno (river)

The Reno is a river of Emilia-Romagna, northern Italy. It is the tenth longest river in Italy and the most important of the region apart from the Po. It has a catchment area of about 5.000 square kilometers of 1.900 square miles. The average annu ...

                                               

Sangro

The Sangro is a river in eastern central Italy, known in ancient times as Sagrus from the Greek Sagros or Isagros, Ισαγρος. It dominates the centre of Abruzzo National Park near Pescasseroli in the Apennine mountains. It flows past Pescasseroli S ...

                                               

Santerno

The Santerno is a river in Romagna in northern Italy. It is the major tributary of the Reno River. In Roman times, it was known as the Vatrenus, although, in the Tabula Peutingeriana, it was already identified as the Santernus. It rises about a f ...

                                               

Savena

The Savena is a river in the Tuscany and Emilia-Romagna regions of Italy. The source of the river is in the province of Florence west of Firenzuola in the Appennino Tosco-Emiliano mountains. The river flows north into the province of Bologna and ...

                                               

Savio (river)

The Savio is a river in the Emilia-Romagna region of northern Italy. Its source is in the province of Forlì-Cesena near Montecoronaro on Mount Castelvecchio which is near the western side of Mount Fumaiolo. The source is at an elevation of 1.126 ...

                                               

Scrivia

Torrente Busalletta. (Торренте Busalletta) Rio San Rocco. (Рио-Сан-Рокко) Torrente Traversa. (Торренте Траверса) Torrente Laccio. (Торренте Laccio) Left hand. (Левой рукой) Torrente Vobbia. (Торренте Vobbia) Torrente Borbera. (Торренте-Ди-Борбера ...

                                               

Secchia

The Secchia is an Italian river. One of the main right bank tributaries of the Po, it flows through the Emilia-Romagna region in northern Italy. It is 172 km, 107 mi long and has a drainage basin with a catchment area of 2.292 square kilometers o ...

                                               

Sillaro

The Sillaro is a 66-kilometre long Italian stream, whose headwaters are by the village of Piancaldoli, in Tuscany. It runs northeast through the city of Castel San Pietro Terme, Province of Bologna in Emilia Romagna. The river runs through a shor ...

                                               

Stura di Ovada

The stream rises from monte Orditano Ceranesi municipality, in the Ligurian Apennine, with the name Sturetta little Stura. After Piani di Praglia in Mele municipality it receives Rio di Fregeu from left hand assuming the name of Stura. In this br ...

                                               

Taro (river)

The Taro is a river in Emilia-Romagna, in northern Italy. It is a tributary of the Po and is 126 kilometres long. It flows almost entirely in the province of Parma, west of the city Parma. The Taro flows into the Po near Gramignazzo, a frazione o ...

                                               

Tidone

The Tidone is a river in the Region of Emilia Romagna in northern Italy. It is a right-bank tributary of the Po River. The stream rises in the Apennine Mountains near Monte Penice and flows in a northerly direction into the Po.

                                               

Trebbia

The Trebbia is a river predominantly of Liguria and Emilia Romagna in northern Italy. It is one of the four main right-bank tributaries of the river Po, the other three being the Tanaro, the Secchia and the Panaro. Along its Eastern banks in 218 ...

                                               

Ufita

The Ufita is a river of Campania, in southern Italy. The source is in the Baronia traditional sub-region of Irpinia, in the province of Avellino, after which the river flows generally north-westwards, entering the province of Benevento before ent ...

                                               

Vara (river)

The river runs through Varese Ligure, Brugnato, Borghetto di Vara and Castiglione di Vara. At 58 kilometres 36 mi it is the longest river in Liguria. The main source of the river is on Monte Zatta, for much of its course it flows in a southeaster ...

                                               

Volturno

It rises in the Abruzzese central Apennines of Samnium near Castel San Vincenzo province of Isernia, Molise and flows southeast as far as its junction with the Calore River near Caiazzo and runs south as far as Venafro, and then turns southwest, ...

                                               

Acher

The Acher is a 53.6-kilometre-long river and right-hand tributary of the Rhine in the county of Ortenau, in the south German state of Baden-Wurttemberg. It flows in an northwesterly direction from the Black Forest to the Rhine, between the two ri ...

                                               

Alb (High Rhine)

The Alb is a river in the Black Forest. It arises from two headwaters, the Menzenschwander Alb and Bernauer Alb and flows in a southerly direction. It ends after 43.6 kilometres at a confluence with the High Rhine at Albbruck.

                                               

Alb (Upper Rhine)

The Alb is a river in the Northern Black Forest in Germany. It is a tributary of the Rhine, and flows through the cities of Karlsruhe, Ettlingen and Bad Herrenalb.

                                               

Breg (river)

The Breg is the longest and biggest headstream of the River Danube. It flows through the southeast part of the Middle Black Forest and the lowlands of the Baar region. The shore rises to a height of 1.078 m above sea level NN, six kilometers Nort ...

                                               

Brigach

The Brigach is the shorter of two streams that jointly form the river Danube in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. The Brigach has its source at 925 m above sea level within St. Georgen in the Black Forest. The Brigach crosses the city Villingen-Schwenn ...

                                               

Dreisam

The Dreisam is a 29 km long river, and a tributary of the Elz in the German state of Baden-Wurttemberg. The waters of the Dreisam feed the famous Freiburg Bachle runnels.

                                               

Elz (Rhine)

The Elz is a river in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, a right tributary of the Rhine. It rises in the Black Forest, near the source of the Breg. The Elz flows through Elzach, Waldkirch and Emmendingen before reaching the Rhine near Lahr. Its length i ...

                                               

Enz

The Enz is a river flowing north from the Black Forest to the Neckar in Baden-Wurttemberg. It is 106 km long. Its headstreams – the little Enz German: Kleine ENZ and the big Enz or a large grouse – the rise in the Northern black forest, the last ...

                                               

Eyach (Enz)

Eyach is a river in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It is a left tributary of the Enz near Hofen an der Enz. Including its source river Brotenaubach, it is 18.5 km-long.

                                               

Federbach (Alb)

The Federbach is a roughly 41-kilometre-long stream in the German state of Baden-Wurttemberg. It flows through the districts of Karlsruhe and Rastatt and discharges today near the Karlsruhe district of Maxau into the Alb. The source area is locat ...

                                               

Fischbach (Eschach)

The Fischbach is a western and left tributary of the Baden Eschach. It flows along the eastern edge of the Black Forest in the German state of Baden-Wurttemberg. The river is 18.9 km long, together with its headstream, the Glasbach.

                                               

Glatt (Neckar)

Glatt is a river of Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. On its shore is the village of Glatt, is known for its watercastle S. It ends in the territory of Horb am Neckar in the Neckar river.

                                               

Glotter

Glotter is a river of in the Breisgau region in the south of Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany which is approximately 30 km long. The spring of this river is located at an altitude of 1040 m amsl on the eastern slope of the Kandel near Neuwelt, a suburb ...

                                               

Gutach (Kinzig)

Gutach is a river of Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It passes through Triberg im Schwarzwald and Gutach, and flows into the Kinzig near Hausach. The Triberg Waterfalls are formed by the Gutach.

                                               

Harmersbach

Harmersbach is a river of Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It passes through Zell am Harmersbach, and flows into the Kinzig in Biberach. Until 1806, the Harmersbach valley held the unique distinction of being the only Reichstal of the Holy Roman Empir ...

                                               

Kander (Germany)

The Kander is a small river flowing from the southern Black Forest westward into the Rhine. For a similarly named river in Switzerland, see Kander Switzerland

                                               

Kinzig (Rhine)

The Kinzig is a river in southwestern Germany, a right tributary of the Rhine. He works at the 93 km from the Black forest through the Upper Rhine river plains. The Kinzig valley and secondary valleys constitute the largest system of valleys in t ...

                                               

Klemmbach

The Klemmbach, a small Black Forest stream, has its source in the southwestern Black Forest near a mountain pass between the summits of Blauen and Belchen. It flows West through Badenweiler, müllheim and Neuenburg and flows into the Rhine in Neue ...

                                               

Krummbach (Dreisam)

The Krummbach is a left tributary of the Dreisam in the Southern Black Forest east of Freiburg im Breisgau in the German state of Baden-Wurttemberg. It is just under 17 kilometres long, In its upper reaches it is better known as the Zastlerbach, ...

                                               

Moosalb (Alb)

The Moosalb is a river, around ten kilometres long, in the Northern Black Forest in the German state of Baden-Wurttemberg. It discharges from the left into the Alb near Fischweier.

                                               

Murg (Northern Black Forest)

The Murg is an 80.2-kilometre-long river and a right tributary of the Rhine in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It flows through the Northern Black Forest into the Upper Rhine Plain, crossing the counties of Freudenstadt and Rastatt.

                                               

Murg (Southern Black Forest)

The Murg or Hauensteiner Murg is a river and right tributary of the High Rhine in the district of Waldshut in Baden-Wurttemberg in Germany. The Murg reaches the Rhine at the municipality of Murg.

                                               

Nagold (river)

The Nagold is a river, 91 kilometres long, in Baden-Wurttemberg, southwestern Germany. A tributary of the Enz, it gave its name to the town of Nagold. It merges with the smaller Enz in the town centre of Pforzheim.

                                               

Oos (river)

Oos, also called Oosbach, is a river of Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It starts in the Northern Black Forest, flows through Baden-Baden, and ends in the Murg in Rastatt.

                                               

Rench

The Rench is a right-hand tributary of the Rhine in the Ortenau. It rises on the southern edge of the Northern Black Forest at Kniebis near Bad Griesbach im Schwarzwald. The source farthest from the mouth is that of the Schongrundbachle which ris ...

                                               

Rotbach (Dreisam)

The Rotbach is the 19.9-kilometre-long, left-hand and southeasterly headstream of the Dreisam in the Southern Black Forest in the south German state of Baden-Wurttemberg.

                                               

Sandbach (Acher)

The Sandbach is a river in the districts of Rastatt and Baden-Baden in the German state of Baden-Wurttemberg. From its source it runs, initially as the Buhlot, northwestwards within the Northern Black Forest, then out onto the Upper Rhine Plain h ...

                                               

Schutter (Kinzig)

Linguistic experts disagree about the etymological meaning of the name "Schutter". The word "Schutter" is probably derived from the early Germanic form scutro, which means "fast flowing water". Scutro, which includes the Indo-Germanic root sceud, ...

                                               

Schwarza (Black Forest)

The Schwarza is a river in the districts of Waldshut and Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It is in the Rhine drainage basin and is a right tributary of the Schlucht.

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