The Iška Gorge
|Main source||Bloke Plateau
760 m (2,490 ft)
|River mouth||287 m (942 ft)|
|Length||31 km (19 mi)|
The Iška (pronounced [ˈiːʃka]) is a river of central Slovenia. Part of the river valley—the Iška Gorge or Iška Canyon (Slovene: Iški vintgar)—separates Lower Carniola from Inner Carniola.:82 The river is 31 km (19 mi) long. After flowing past Strahomer, the river follows an almost straight line and joins the Ljubljanica River, and therefore belongs to the Sava and Black Sea basins.
- "Reke, dolge nad 25 km, in njihova padavinska območja" [Rivers longer than 25 km and their catchment areas] (in Slovenian and English). Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia. 2002.
- Strgar, Vinko. 1966. "Prispevek k poznavanju rastlinstva v soteski Iške / A Contribution to Our Knowledge of the Vegetation of the Iška Gorge." Varstvo narave 5: 81–95.
- Kušar, Domen. 2008. "The Impact of Natural Disasters on Buildings' Architectural Styles." Acta geographica Slovenica 48(1): 93-120, p. 101.
- Ljubljansko barje krajinski park. Iški vintgar. (in Slovene)
- "Izginila je reka Iška" [Iška River Disappears] (in Slovenian). Siol Slovenija. 23 September 2010. Retrieved 5 February 2011.
- Media related to Iška at Wikimedia Commons
- Condition of the Iška - graphs of water level and flow data for the past 30 days (taken in Iška Vas by ARSO)
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