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List of rivers of Slovakia

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List of rivers of Slovakia

This is a list of the major rivers that flow through Slovakia and their lengths.

Contents

  • Alphabetic list (selection) 1
  • Ordered by rivers and their tributaries (selection) 2
  • External links 3
  • References 4

Alphabetic list (selection)

  1. Bebrava: 47.2 km
  1. Belá: 36.3 km
  2. Biela Orava: 37 km
  3. Blava: 47.5 km
  4. Blh: 52.5 km
  5. Bodrog: 123 km (out of which 15 km in Slovakia)
  6. Bodva: 48.4 km
  7. Bystrica (several water flows bear this name)
  8. Chlmec: 36.1 km
  9. Chvojnica: 31.5 km
  10. Cirocha: 50.6 km
  11. Čierna voda (Malý Dunaj): 105.5 km
  12. Čierna voda (Uh): 41 km
  13. Danube/Dunaj: 2850 km (out of which 172 km in Slovakia)
  14. Dudváh: 97 km
  15. Dunajec: 251 km
  16. Duša: 41.1 km
  17. Gidra: 40.5 km
  18. Gortva: 33 km
  19. Handlovka: 32 km
  20. Hnilec: 88.9 km
  21. Hornád: 193 km (out of which 19 km state border Slovakia-Hungary)
  22. Hron: 298 km
  23. Ida: 56.6 km
  24. Ipeľ: 232.5 km (out of which 140 km state border Slovakia - Hungary)
  25. Krivánsky potok: 35.4 km
  26. Krtíš: 36.5 km
  27. Krupá
  28. Krupinica: 65.4 km
  29. Kysuca: 66.3 km
  30. Laborec: 135 km
  31. Latorica: 188 km
  32. Little Danube/Malý Dunaj: 128 km
  33. Malina: 47.2 km
  34. Morava: 328.9 km (out of which 114 km state borders Slovakia-Czech Republic and Slovakia-Austria)
  35. Muráň: 48.8 km
  36. Myjava: 79 km
  37. Nitra: 197 km
  38. Nitrica: 51.4 km
  39. Okna: 37.3 km
  40. Olšava: 49.9 km
  41. Oľka: 39.2 km
  42. Ondava: 146.5 km
  43. Ondavka: 31 km
  44. Orava: 60.3 km
  45. Paríž: 41.5 km
  46. Perec: 53.5 km
  47. Poprad: 169 km (out of which 107 km in Slovakia and 31,1 km state border Slovakia - Poland)
  48. Radošinka: 31.9 km
  49. Rajčanka: 47.5 km
  50. Revúca: 33.1 km
  51. Rimava: 88 km
  52. Rimavica: 32.5 km
  53. Rudava: 45 km
  54. Sekčov: 44.3 km
  55. Sikenica: 46.2 km
  56. Slaná (Hungarian: Sajó): 229.4 km (out of which 110 km in Slovakia)
  57. Slatina: 55.2 km
  58. Štiavnica: 55 km
  59. Štítnik: 32.8 km
  60. Stoličný potok: 38.9 km
  61. Suchá: 35.1 km
  62. Svinka: 50.8 km
  63. Tisa: 996 km (5.2 km state border Slovakia-Hungary)
  64. Tisovník: 41 km
  65. Topľa: 129.8 km
  66. Torysa: 122.9 km
  67. Trnávka (Dudváh): 43 km
  68. Trnávka (Ondava): 37.1 km
  69. Tuhársky potok: 31.9 km
  70. Turiec (Váh): 66.3 km
  71. Turiec (Sajó/Slaná): 50.2 km
  72. Turňa: 32 km
  73. Udava: 38.3 km
  74. Uzh/Uh: 127 km (out of which 21.3 km in Slovakia)
  75. Váh: 403 km
  76. Žitava: 99.3 km

Ordered by rivers and their tributaries (selection)

ordered against the direction of the river flow; H stands for Hungary

External links

  • (Slovak) Rivers and lakes

References

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