Moesa

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For the district of Switzerland, see Moesa (district).
Moesa
Moesa3.jpg
near Cama GR
Origin Val Vignun
Mouth Ticino
Basin countries Switzerland
Length 47 km

The Moesa is a 47 km river, a tributary of the Ticino, which flows through the Swiss cantons of Graubünden and Ticino.

It rises in Val Vignun near the San Bernardino Pass and descends, along with the A13 motorway, through the Val Mesolcina towards Roveredo, where it receives the rivers Calancasca and Traversagna. Near Arbedo-Castione the Moesa flows into the Ticino.

The Moesa is a popular river for kayaking.

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This article originated as a translation of Moesa in the Italian Wikipedia.

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Coordinates: 46°19′19″N 9°12′22″E / 46.322°N 9.2061°E / 46.322; 9.2061