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|Origin||Devoll District, Albania|
|Length||196 km (122 mi)|
The Devoll is a river in southern Albania, one of the source rivers of the Seman. Its source is in the southwestern corner of the Devoll District, close to the Greek frontier. It flows initially northeast, through Miras, then north through Bilisht, and northwest through Progër, Pojan (in the northern Plain of Korçë), Maliq, Moglicë, Kodovjat, Gramsh and Gostimë, where it turns south. It joins the Osum near Kuçovë, to form the Seman.
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