Radbuza in Dobřany
|- location||Bohemian Forest|
|- elevation||869 m (2,851 ft)|
|Length||109.7 km (68 mi)|
|Basin||2,190 km2 (846 sq mi)|
|- average||11 m3/s (388 cu ft/s)|
|Progression||Berounka→ Vltava→ Elbe→ North Sea|
The Radbuza (Czech pronunciation: [ˈradbuza]; German: Radbusa) is a river in the Czech Republic, the right source river of the Berounka. Its source is situated at the foot of Lysá mountain (869 metres) near the village of Závist, near Domažlice. It passes through the villages and towns of Rybník, Smolov, Bělá nad Radbuzou, Horšovský Týn, Staňkov, Holýšov, Stod, Chotěšov, Zbůch and Dobřany before joining the Mže in Plzeň, and as the Berounka eventually reaching the Vltava at Prague.
Its major tributaries are the Zubřina, Merklinka and Úhlava. It is 109.7 kilometres (68.2 mi) long, and its basin area is about 2,190 square kilometres (850 sq mi), of which 2,182 square kilometres (842 sq mi) in the Czech Republic.
Gallery of the Radbuza
Radbuza one kilometer from its source, near Rybník.
Radbuza in Pilsen during the floods in 2002
Radbuza in Pilsen during the floods in 2002.
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