Kamnik Bistrica

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Kamnik Bistrica
Veliki Predoselj 3078.JPG
The upper course of the Kamnik Bistrica
as it enters the Predoselj Gorge
Location
CountrySlovenia
Physical characteristics
Source 
 - locationnear the Kamnik Bistrica Lodge, Kamnik–Savinja Alps
 - coordinates46°19′40.4″N 14°35′14.68″E / 46.327889°N 14.5874111°E / 46.327889; 14.5874111
 - elevation600 m (2,000 ft) [1]
Mouth 
 - location
the Sava, near Videm east of Ljubljana
 - coordinates
46°04′34″N 14°38′19″E / 46.0760°N 14.6387°E / 46.0760; 14.6387Coordinates: 46°04′34″N 14°38′19″E / 46.0760°N 14.6387°E / 46.0760; 14.6387
 - elevation
261 m (856 ft) [1]
Length33 km (21 mi) [1]
Basin size530 km2 (200 sq mi) [1]
Discharge 
 - average20.9 m3/s (740 cu ft/s)
Basin features
ProgressionSavaDanubeBlack Sea
Tributaries 
 - leftNevljica

The Kamnik Bistrica[2][3][4] (Slovene: Kamniška Bistrica, pronounced [ˈkáːmniʃka ˈbíːstritsa])[5] is an Alpine river in northern Slovenia, a left tributary of the Sava River. It springs from the Kamnik Alps (part of the Southern Limestone Alps) near the border with Austria. It is 33 km (21 mi) long.[1] The Kamnik Bistrica flows through the town of Kamnik, where it is fed by the Nevljica River. It flows into the Sava south of Videm, about 10 km east of Ljubljana.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e Rivers, longer than 25 km, and their catchment areas, Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia
  2. ^ Poe, Anne; Poe, Mike. "Cycle Scenic Slovenia". Take A Hike Guidebooks. Retrieved July 26, 2018.
  3. ^ "Hiking package". Terme Snovik. Retrieved July 26, 2018.
  4. ^ "Escape the Cold and Get 'Hygge' With pitchup.com's Cosy Picks". TravMedia. Retrieved July 26, 2018.
  5. ^ "Slovenski pravopis 2001: Kamniška Bistrica".

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