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Uhlava in Sumava.jpeg
Úhlava in the Šumava mountains
Country Czech Republic
Basin features
Main source Šumava
1,110 m (3,640 ft)
River mouth Radbuza in Plzeň
Basin size 919 km2 (355 sq mi)
Physical characteristics
Length 108 km (67 mi)

The Úhlava (German: Angel) is a 108 kilometres (67 mi) long river in the Czech Republic, a right tributary of the Radbuza. Its source is situated on a slope of Pancíř mountain in the Šumava mountains, Klatovy District at an elevation of 1,214 metres (3,983 ft). It passes the villages and towns Nýrsko, Janovice, Bezděkov, Klatovy, Švihov, Lužany, and Přeštice before flowing into the river Radbuza at the south edge of Plzeň. Its major affluent is the Chodská Úhlava. The basin area of the Radbuza is 919 square kilometres (355 sq mi).

Coordinates: 49°43′11.7444″N 13°23′22.51″E / 49.719929000°N 13.3895861°E / 49.719929000; 13.3895861