Rapa River

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Rapa River
Rapaätno, Rapaälven
Rapaätno-selet-25.jpg
The lower portion of the Rapa River near where it discharges into the delta.
Location
CountrySweden
Physical characteristics
Length55 km (34 mi)[1]

The Rapa River (Lule Sami: Rapaätno and Swedish: Rapaälven) is a tributary of the Lesser Lule River in north Norrland, in Norrbotten County, Sweden. The river stretches 75 km from its source to the mouth of Lake Tjaktjajaure (477 amsl). At the mouth of Lake Laitaure (Laidaure), slightly higher up, the Rapa River forms the Laitaure Delta. The river flows through the Rapa Valley, finally joining the Lule River.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rapaätno". Nationalencyklopedin (in Swedish). Retrieved 12 July 2010. (subscription required)

Coordinates: 67°17′N 17°37′E / 67.283°N 17.617°E / 67.283; 17.617