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The river Grza becomes of two rivers - Ivanštice and Male Cestobrodica. They are connected near the tunnel on the way Paraćin ...

Zapadna Morava (West Morava)

The Zapadna Morava (West Morava), in central Serbia, is 308 km long. The average width of the river is 35 m, and it is up to 4 ...

The Ibar

The Ibar flows through the southern part of Serbia and the eastern part of Montenegro. The total length of the river is 276 km ...


The Drina is the largest tributary of the Sava. It flows 220 km through Serbia. ...

The Danube

The Danube is the most popular river in the world when it comes to river cruising and makes a great tourist potential in Serbia. ...

The South Morava

The Južna Morava (South Morava) is 295 km long. It flows south to north course, from the Macedonian border to Central Serbia. ...

The Lim

The Lim is an international river, flowing through Montenegro, Serbia, Republic of Srpska and Bosnia and Herzegowina. It is 220 ...


The Mlava

The Mlava has its source in Žagubica. The source has the shape of a pond (with a diameter of 30 cm). The deep green water, well ...


The Nišava flows through Bulgaria and Serbia, and with its length of 218 km, it is the longest tributary of the Južna Morava. ...


The Pek is a tributary of the Danube. The 129 km long river is situated in Southeast Serbia and it is part of the Black sea drainage ...


The Sava is 945 km long. It flows into the Danube at Belgrade. The river section from Sisak to Belgrade is navigable. ...


The Tamiš rises in northern parts of Romanian Carpathians. It flows through whole Banat, and at Pančevo it flows into the Danube. ...


The Timok , in Eastern Serbia, actually is a concourse of the rivers Crni Timok (Black Timok), Beli Timok (White Timok), Svrljiški ...


The Tisa is the longest tributary of the Danube. The total length of the river is around 966 km. It flows through Ukraine, Slovakia, ...


Toplodolska river

Temštica or Toplodolska comes from the five streams of Stara Planina in Serbian-Bulgarian border. The main sources are derived ...

Zapadna Morava (West Morava)

The Velika Morava (Great Morava) is formed by the confluence of Zapadna Morava (West Morava) and Južna Morava (South Morava), ...


The Veternica is the left tributary of Južna Morava. It is 75 km long and has its source in the village of Drenovac. Veternica ...


The canyon of the picturesque mountain river Vučjanka is considered unique natural wonder in Serbia. In the length of 2 km, it ...