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Country Slovakia
Basin features
Main source Veporské vrchy
1,130 m (3,710 ft)
River mouth Sajó
145 m (476 ft)
48°17′15″N 20°19′12″E / 48.2876°N 20.3199°E / 48.2876; 20.3199Coordinates: 48°17′15″N 20°19′12″E / 48.2876°N 20.3199°E / 48.2876; 20.3199
Progression SajóTiszaDanubeBlack Sea
Physical characteristics
Length 88 km (55 mi)

Rimava is a river in southern central Slovakia, which flows only in the Rimavská Sobota District. It is the right tributary of the Slaná river.

It is 88 km long, its source is in Veporské vrchy at approximately 1,130 m above sea level. It flows through these towns: Tisovec, Hnúšťa and Rimavská Sobota. It pours to the Slaná river near Vlkyňa at 145 m a.s.l.