The Bečva near its confluence with the Bystřička
The current and watershed of the Bečva, its two sources Rožnovská Bečva (Northern) and Vsetínská Bečva (Southern) until it enters the Morava
|Region||Zlín, Olomouc Region|
|Cities||Valašské Meziříčí, Hranice|
|- location||Vsetínské vrchy, Zlín Region|
|2nd source||Rožnovská Bečva|
|- location||Vysoká (Vsetínské vrchy)|
|Length||62 km (39 mi)from the confluence of Vsetínská Bečva and Rožnovská Bečva|
|Basin size||1,613 km2 (623 sq mi)|
|- average||17.5 m3/s (620 cu ft/s)|
|Progression||Morava→ Danube→ Black Sea|
The Bečva (Czech pronunciation: [ˈbɛtʃva]) is a river in the Czech Republic. It is a left tributary of the river Morava. The Bečva is created by two source streams, the Northern Rožnovská Bečva (whose valley separates the Moravian-Silesian Beskids in the North from the Vsetínské vrchy in the South) and the Southern Vsetínská Bečva (whose valley separates the Vsetínské vrchy in the North from the Javorníky in the South). It is 61.6 km long, and its basin area is 1,613 km2.
- "Charakteristiky toků a povodí ČR - Bečva" (in Czech). VÚV TGM. Retrieved 2018-05-07.
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