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Liswarta near Lisów
Origin Mzyki
Mouth Warta River
Length 93 km
Basin area 1,558 km²

The Liswarta is a river in south-central Poland, a tributary of the Warta river. The Liswarta has a length of 93 km and basin area of 1,588.

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