Confluence of the Lavant (left) with the Drava
|Origin||Lavanttal Alps near Sankt Anna am Lavantegg, Styria|
|Mouth||Drava at Lavamünd, Carinthia|
|Length||64 km (39 mi)|
|Source elevation||2170 m (7120 ft)|
|Avg. discharge||12.5 m³/s|
|Basin area||969 km²|
The Lavant (Slovene: Labotnica) is a left tributary of the Drava in the Austrian state of Carinthia. It originates in the small Lavantsee at the southern slope of the Zirbenkogel mountain in Styria, then turns southeastwards and after 7 miles reaches the border to Carinthia. The river flows through the towns of Bad Sankt Leonhard im Lavanttal, Wolfsberg and Sankt Andrä until it reaches the Drava shortly before it crosses the border to Slovenia.
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