Čabranka

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Čabranka
Čabranka.JPG
A wooden footbridge over the Čabranka
Country Croatia, Slovenia
Physical characteristics
River mouth Kupa
45°31′32″N 14°42′01″E / 45.5255°N 14.7003°E / 45.5255; 14.7003Coordinates: 45°31′32″N 14°42′01″E / 45.5255°N 14.7003°E / 45.5255; 14.7003
Basin features
Progression KupaSavaDanubeBlack Sea

The Čabranka is a small river on the border between Slovenia and Croatia. It is 17.5 kilometres (10.9 mi) long and is a left tributary of the Kupa River (Croatian: Kupa, Slovene: Kolpa).[1] Its source is just west of the settlement of Podplanina in the Municipality of Loški Potok in southern Slovenia and just north of the Croatian village of Čabar, from which it gets its name.[2] It joins the Kupa at Osilnica.

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  1. ^ Rad Jugoslavenske akademije znanosti i umjetnosti. Yugoslav Academy of Sciences and Arts. 160–164: 111. 1905 https://books.google.com/books?id=OnFIAAAAYAAJ.  Missing or empty |title= (help)[title missing][author missing]
  2. ^ Gorski Kotar site

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