Belica (river)

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Country Serbia
Physical characteristics
River mouth Great Morava
44°03′10″N 21°14′30″E / 44.0528°N 21.2418°E / 44.0528; 21.2418Coordinates: 44°03′10″N 21°14′30″E / 44.0528°N 21.2418°E / 44.0528; 21.2418
Basin features
Progression Great MoravaDanubeBlack Sea

The Belica (Serbian Cyrillic: Белица) is a left tributary of the Great Morava in Central Serbia.[1] It is created by the confluence of smaller rivers Voljavica and Bešnjaja, floes through a deforested[1] valley to the town Jagodina.



Jovanović, Petar (1960). Belica. Enciklopedija Jugoslavije (in Croatian and Serbian). 1. Zagreb: Leksikografski zavod FNRJ. p. 422.  Stepanović, Živadin (1988). Geographic Features of Central Šumadija. Divostin and the Neolithic of Central Serbia. Pittsburgh, United States: University of Pittsburgh. pp. 11–20. 

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