Kokemäenjoki

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Kokemäenjoki river in the Pirkanmaa region.
Kokemäenjoki river flows through Pori, Satakunta region.

The Kokemäenjoki ("Kokemäki River", Swedish: Kumo älv) is a river and its drainage basin in southwestern Finland.

Geography[edit]

The river originates at Lake Liekovesi in the Pirkanmaa region, and flows 121 kilometres (75 mi) to the Gulf of Bothnia at Pori in the Satakunta region. Primary tributaries of Kokemäenjoki are the Loimijoki, Kauvatsanjoki and Harjunpäänjoki rivers.

The Kokemäenjoki estuary is the largest one in Nordic countries.[1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

  • Kokemäenjoki-LIFEa project for the restoration and management of valuable natural sites along the Kokemäenjoki River.

Coordinates: 61°33′N 21°42′E / 61.550°N 21.700°E / 61.550; 21.700