Inna (Verdal)

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Inna
Inna (Verdal) is located in Trøndelag
Inna (Verdal)
Location of the river
Inna (Verdal) is located in Norway
Inna (Verdal)
Inna (Verdal) (Norway)
Location
CountryNorway
CountyTrøndelag
MunicipalityVerdal
Physical characteristics
SourceInnsvatnet
 ⁃ locationVerdal, Norway
 ⁃ coordinates63°39′28″N 12°11′57″E / 63.65778°N 12.19917°E / 63.65778; 12.19917
 ⁃ elevation415 metres (1,362 ft)
MouthVerdalselva
 ⁃ location
Vuku, Verdal, Norway
 ⁃ coordinates
63°46′34″N 11°44′21″E / 63.77611°N 11.73917°E / 63.77611; 11.73917Coordinates: 63°46′34″N 11°44′21″E / 63.77611°N 11.73917°E / 63.77611; 11.73917
 ⁃ elevation
41 metres (135 ft)
Length30 km (19 mi)
Basin features
Tributaries 
 ⁃ leftTrongdøla, Tverråa
 ⁃ rightKverna

Inna is a river that flows through the municipality of Verdal in Trøndelag county, Norway. The river begins in the east at the lake Innsvatnet, located near the border to Sweden, and it runs west to the village of Vuku at the confluence of the rivers Inna and Helgåa, which together become the river Verdalselva. The river Inna runs through the Inndalen valley, through the villages of Sul, Garnes, Holmen, and ends at Vuku.[1]

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  1. ^ Store norske leksikon. "Verdalselva" (in Norwegian). Retrieved 2011-06-26.