Vltava

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Coordinates: 50°20′29″N 14°28′30″E / 50.34139°N 14.47500°E / 50.34139; 14.47500
Vltava
River
The Vltava's bend in Prague
Kintra Czech Republic
Regions Sooth Bohemie, Central Bohemie
Tributaries
 - left Otava, Berounka
 - right Lužnice, Sázava
Cities Český Krumlov, České Budějovice, Prague
Source Černý potok
 - location Černá hora, Bohemian Forest
 - elevation 1,172 m (3,845 ft)
 - coordinates 48°58′29″N 13°33′39″E / 48.97472°N 13.56083°E / 48.97472; 13.56083
Mouth Elbe
 - location Mělník
 - elevation 155 m (509 ft)
 - coordinates 50°20′29″N 14°28′30″E / 50.34139°N 14.47500°E / 50.34139; 14.47500
Length 430 km (267 mi)
Basin 28,090 km2 (10,846 sq mi)
Discharge
 - average 149.9 m3/s (5,294 cu ft/s)
The course an drainage basin o the Vltava frae its soorce tae its confluence wi the Elbe (magenta)
The course an drainage basin o the Vltava frae its soorce tae its confluence wi the Elbe (magenta)
Wikimedia Commons: Vltava

The Vltava (Czech pronunciation: [ˈvl̩tava] ( listen); German: Moldau, IPA: [ˈmɔldaʊ̯]) is the langest river in the Czech Republic, runnin north frae its soorce near the German border in Šumava through Český Krumlov, České Budějovice, an Prague, mergin wi the Elbe at Mělník.