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Map of the Serio river
|Main source||Monte Torena, Italy
2,583 m (8,474 ft)
|River mouth||Adda in Bocca di Serio, south of Crema|
|Length||124 km (77 mi)|
The Serio (Lombard: Sère) is an Italian river that flows entirely within Lombardy, crossing the provinces of Bergamo and Cremona. It is 124 kilometres (77 mi) long and flows into the Adda at Bocca di Serio south of Crema.
Its valley is known as the Val Seriana.
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- Media related to Serio at Wikimedia Commons
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