Parsęta

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Parsęta
Parsęta 2.jpg
Parsęta near Karlino
Country Poland
Basin
Main source Parsęcko near Szczecinek
137 m (449 ft)
53°43′9″N 16°35′12″E / 53.71917°N 16.58667°E / 53.71917; 16.58667
River mouth Baltic Sea at Kołobrzeg
54°11′18″N 15°33′4″E / 54.18833°N 15.55111°E / 54.18833; 15.55111Coordinates: 54°11′18″N 15°33′4″E / 54.18833°N 15.55111°E / 54.18833; 15.55111
Basin size 3,151 km2 (1,217 sq mi)
Physical characteristics
Length 132 km (82 mi)
Discharge
  • Average rate:
    27.7 m3/s (980 cu ft/s)

Parsęta (German: Persante) is a river in the West Pomeranian Voivodeship (Zachodniopomorskie) of north-western Poland, a tributary of the Baltic Sea, with a length of 132 km (82 mi) and a basin area of 3,151 km2 (1,217 sq mi).

Parsęta - Port of Kołobrzeg (August 2010)

River name comes from Paleo-European languages. Towns:

Tributaries:

See also[edit]