Bunica

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Bunica
Country Bosnia and Herzegovina
Physical characteristics
Main source Vrelo Bunice
River mouth The Buna near Buna village
43°14′41″N 17°51′06″E / 43.2446°N 17.8517°E / 43.2446; 17.8517Coordinates: 43°14′41″N 17°51′06″E / 43.2446°N 17.8517°E / 43.2446; 17.8517
Length 10 km (6.2 mi)
Basin features
Progression BunaNeretvaAdriatic Sea

The Bunica is a short river in Bosnia and Herzegovina and a left bank tributary of the Buna. Its source (Vrelo Bunice), located in a place called Parila under sharp cliffs between the two villages of Hodbina and Malo Polje, is 14 km south from Mostar. It is a very deep and strong karstic spring and difficult to access. Together with the Buna river, it flows west for approximately 10 km and joins the Neretva river near Buna village. The Bunica is a main tributary of the Buna.

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