Litavka

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Litavka
Beroun, Litavka, z lávky po proudu.jpg
Litavka in Beroun
Country Czech Republic
Physical characteristics
Main source Brdy
River mouth Berounka
49°57′37″N 14°5′4″E / 49.96028°N 14.08444°E / 49.96028; 14.08444Coordinates: 49°57′37″N 14°5′4″E / 49.96028°N 14.08444°E / 49.96028; 14.08444
Length 54.9 km (34.1 mi)
Discharge
  • Average rate:
    2.6 m3/s (92 cu ft/s) near estuary
Basin features
Progression BerounkaVltavaElbeNorth Sea
Basin size 628.7 km2 (242.7 sq mi)

Litavka is a river in the Czech Republic, the right tributary of the Berounka. It originates in the Brdy mountain range at the elevation of 736 m and flows for 54.9 km to Beroun, where it enters the Berounka.

It flows through Příbram, Trhové Dušníky, Čenkov, Jince, Libomyšl, Chodouň and Králův Dvůr. In Příbram it flows just near the west stand of the Na Litavce football stadium.

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  • Media related to Litavka at Wikimedia Commons