|Basin countries||Italy: Province of Udine and (briefly) Province of Gorizia|
|Source elevation||1,000 m|
The Torre (Friulian: Tôr; Slovene: Ter) is a river of the Province of Udine in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, northeast Italy. It is the main right tributary of the Isonzo; the Torre together with its own tributary the Natisone drain a large part of the Isonzo basin.
The river rises in the Julian Prealps at around 1,000 m above sea level. It flows through the communes of Tarcento and Reana del Rojale, where, as a result of the Karst topography, it disappears underground. From close to the eastern periphery of the city of Udine it follows a discontinuous course until joined by the Natisone near Trivignano Udinese.
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