Želivka

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Želivka
Želivka 1.jpg
Želivka River near the estuary
Origin Troják mountain
Mouth Sázava River
Basin countries Czech Republic
Length 103.89 km
Avg. discharge 6.98 m³/s near estuary
Basin area 1188.38 km²

The Želivka is a river in the Czech Republic, the left tributary of the Sázava River. It originates at the northern slope of the Troják Mountain at the elevation of 677 m and flows for 103.89 km. It enters the Sázava River near Zruč nad Sázavou.

Its longest tributary is the Trnava River. The Švihov Dam is constructed on the river.

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Coordinates: 49°44′26.6″N 15°3′27.1″E / 49.740722°N 15.057528°E / 49.740722; 15.057528