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The Vipava River in Vipava, flowing under the Tabor Bridge
|Origin||Gradiček (in Slovenia)
|Mouth||The Soča (in Italy)|
|Basin countries||Italy, Slovenia|
|Length||49 km (30 mi)|
|Source elevation||110 m (360 ft)|
|Mouth elevation||35 m (115 ft)|
|Basin area||598 km2 (231 sq mi)|
The Vipava (in Slovene) or Vipacco (in Italian) or Wipbach / Wippach (in German) is a river that flows through western Slovenia and northeast Italy. The river is 49 kilometres (30 mi) in length. After entering Italy it joins the Isonzo/Soča in the Municipality of Savogna d'Isonzo. This is a rare river with a delta source, formed by nine main springs. The Battle of the Frigidus was fought near the river, which was named Frigidus ('cold') by the Romans.
- "Reke, dolge nad 25 km, in njihova padavinska območja" [Rivers, longer than 25 km, and their catchment areas] (in Slovene and English). Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia. 2002.
- Omejc, Alenka (2009). Humar, Janko, ed. "The Emerald Trail". RDO Smaragdna pot. COBISS 579912.
- Condition of Vipava at Dolenje, Dornberk, Miren - graphs, in the following order, of water level, flow and temperature data for the past 30 days (taken in Dolenje, Dornberk and Miren by ARSO)
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