|Length||112 km (70 mi)|
|Basin size||644 km2 (249 sq mi)|
|Progression||Danube→ Black Sea|
Vuka is a river in eastern Croatia, a right tributary of the Danube river. At 112 kilometres (70 miles), it is the 13th-longest river flowing through Croatia and it has a drainage area of 644 square kilometres (249 square miles). The river is located in Vukovar-Srijem County, in the Slavonia region. It empties into the Danube at the town of Vukovar, which got its name from the river.
Settlements along the river basin
- Podgorje Bračevačko
- Budimci (2 km away)
- Krndija (1 km away)
- Jurjevac Punitovački
- Dopsin (1 km away)
- Petrova Slatina (0,5 km away)
- Paulin Dvor (0,8 km away)
- Ernestinovo (1,5 km away)
- Palača (1 km away)
- Antin (2 km away)
- Mlaka Antinska
- Ostrovo (2 km away)
- Pačetin (2 km away)
- Nuštar (2 km away)
- Statistical Yearbook of the Republic of Croatia 2017 (PDF) (in Croatian and English). Zagreb: Croatian Bureau of Statistics. December 2017. p. 47. ISSN 1333-3305. Retrieved 23 May 2018.
- Marković, M. (2003). Istočna Slavonija: Stanovništvo i naselja. Naklada Jesenski i Turk. Zagreb.
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