Õhne

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Õhne
Taagepera järv (Õhne jõgi).jpg
Location
CountryEstonia, Latvia
Physical characteristics
Source 
 ⁃ locationLake Veisjärv
 ⁃ coordinates58°4′57.99″N 25°45′41.19″E / 58.0827750°N 25.7614417°E / 58.0827750; 25.7614417
 ⁃ elevation62 m (203 ft)
Mouth 
 ⁃ location
Lake Võrtsjärv
 ⁃ coordinates
58°11′37.45″N 26°1′11.62″E / 58.1937361°N 26.0198944°E / 58.1937361; 26.0198944Coordinates: 58°11′37.45″N 26°1′11.62″E / 58.1937361°N 26.0198944°E / 58.1937361; 26.0198944
Length94 km (58 mi)
Basin size573 km2 (221 sq mi)

The Õhne (also known as Suislepa and Hoomuli River; Latvian: Omuļupe) is a 94 km (58 mi) long river in southern Estonia. Its source is Lake Veisjärv and mouth Lake Võrtsjärv, it also flows some kilometres in Latvia.[1][verification needed] The basin area of Õhne is 573 km².[2] The towns of Tõrva, Vooru and Suislepa are situated on the Õhne River.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Õhne jõgi" (in Estonian). Suislepa. Retrieved 15 January 2010.
  2. ^ "Õhne jõgi vajab korrastamist" (in Estonian). Valgamaalane. Retrieved 15 January 2010.