The river at the bridge of Ceparana, Bolano
|Main source||Monte Zatta
1,404 m (4,606 ft)
|River mouth||Right side of the river Magra at Santo Stefano di Magra|
|Length||58 km (36 mi)|
The river runs through Varese Ligure, Brugnato, Borghetto di Vara and Castiglione di Vara. At 58 kilometres (36 mi) it is the longest river in Liguria. The main source of the river is on Monte Zatta; for much of its course it flows in a southeasterly direction, parallel to the Riviera di levante, in the valley which takes its name: the Val di Vara. The river flows into the Magra, as a right tributary, at Fornola within the commune of Santo Stefano di Magra.
- Gazzetta universale (in Italian). 1797. Retrieved November 4, 2015.
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