Bača (river)

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Bača
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Lower course of the Bača
Country Slovenia
Physical characteristics
River mouth Idrijca
46°08′41″N 13°46′00″E / 46.1447°N 13.7667°E / 46.1447; 13.7667Coordinates: 46°08′41″N 13°46′00″E / 46.1447°N 13.7667°E / 46.1447; 13.7667
Length 22 km (14 mi)
Basin features
Progression IdrijcaSočaAdriatic Sea

The Bača (pronounced [ˈbaːtʃa]) is a river in northwestern Slovenia with a length of 22 km (14 mi).[1] It runs from Bača pri Podbrdu to Bača pri Modreju, where it joins the Idrijca River as its last right tributary. It has the pluvio-nival regime and belongs to the Adriatic Sea Basin.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bihalji-Merin, Oto; Šafar, Franček; Snoj, Jože, eds. (1973). "Bača". Mala splošna enciklopedija [Small General Encyclopedia]. Državna založba Slovenije. COBISS 18597889. 
  2. ^ Brečko Grubar,, Valentina; Kovačič, Gregor (2010). "Pokrajinskoekološka oznaka jadranskega povodja v Sloveniji s poudarkom na kakovosti vodnih virov" [Landscape Ecological Characterization of the Adriatic Sea Basin in Slovenia with an Emphasis on Water Resource Quality]. Annales. Series historia et sociologia (in Slovenian). 20 (1): 153–168. 

External links[edit]

  • Media related to Bača at Wikimedia Commons