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Marina di Massa Frigido River 02.JPG
CountryTuscany, Italy
Physical characteristics
 - locationMounts Sagro and Rasore; eastern branch from Monte Cavallo
 - elevationc. 1,750 m (5,740 ft)
 - location
Ligurian Sea
 - elevation
0 m (0 ft)
Length17 km (11 mi)
Basin size61 km2 (24 sq mi)
 - average6.44 m3/s (227 cu ft/s)

The Frigido is a short river in Tuscany, central Italy, whose course of 17 km is entirely included in the province of Massa-Carrara. It starts from two branches, one having its source in the Monte Sagro and Monte Rasore (Apuan Alps), the other near the village of Forno.

After running into a deep valley i the Apuan Alpsa, it receives the waters of the Renara and Fosso d'Antona, and then flows in Massa before reaching the Ligurian Sea near Marina di Massa.

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Media related to Frigido River at Wikimedia Commons

Coordinates: 44°00′13″N 10°06′15″E / 44.0036°N 10.1042°E / 44.0036; 10.1042