The Mirna River in Istria, Croatia
|River mouth||Adriatic Sea|
|Length||53 km (33 mi)|
|Basin size||458 km2 (177 sq mi)|
The Mirna (Italian: Quieto) is a river in Istria, Croatia. In ancient times it was called the Aquilis. It is Istria's longest and richest river, being 53 km (33 mi) long and having a basin covering an area of 458 km2 (177 sq mi). It rises near Buzet, passes along Motovun and empties into the Adriatic Sea near Novigrad.
- Statistical Yearbook of the Republic of Croatia 2017 (PDF) (in Croatian and English). Zagreb: Croatian Bureau of Statistics. December 2017. p. 47. ISSN 1333-3305. Retrieved 23 May 2018.
- Development of the Mirna River Basin Management Plan[permanent dead link]
- Geological & hydrological data
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