Gravina (river)

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Gravina
Origin near Poggiorsini
Mouth Bradano
Basin countries Italy

The Gravina (also called Gravina di Picciano) is an Italian river that flows into the Bradano.[1] Its source is near Poggiorsini in the province of Bari. It flows southeast and crosses into the province of Matera before emptying into the Bradano a short distance after the Bradano exits Lago di San Giuliano.

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Times (1985), Atlas of the World: Comprehensive Edition, Times Books, Plate 80 (M2).

Coordinates: 40°36′N 16°34′E / 40.600°N 16.567°E / 40.600; 16.567