Tirso (river)

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Tirso
Origin Punta Pianedda (Buddusò) plateau
Mouth Gulf of Oristano
Basin countries Italy
Length 152 km
Source elevation 985 m
Mouth elevation 0 m
Avg. discharge 4.28 m³/s
Basin area 3,375 km²

The Tirso (Sardinian: Tirsu) is a 152 km Italian river, the most important of the island Sardinia. It rises from the plateau of Buddusò, on the slopes of the Punta Pianedda at an elevation of 985 m and crosses the island from east to west, entering the sea in the Gulf of Oristano.

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This article incorporates information from this version of the equivalent article on the Italian Wikipedia.

Coordinates: 39°53′06″N 8°32′26″E / 39.885°N 8.54056°E / 39.885; 8.54056