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Sava
River
Sava river in Belgrade, view from Kalemegdan fortress.jpg
Sava River in Belgrade, Serbie
Kintras Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia
Tributaries
 - left Savinja, Sutla, Krapina, Lonja, Ilova-Trebež, Orljava, Bosut
 - right Ljubljanica, Krka, Kupa, Una, Vrbas, Ukrina, Bosna, Tinja, Drina, Kolubara
Ceeties Kranj, Ljubljana, Zagreb, Sisak, Slavonski Brod, Brčko, Sremska Mitrovica, Šabac, Obrenovac, Belgrade
Soorce Zelenci
 - location Kranjska Gora, Slovenie
 - elevation 833 m (2,733 ft)
 - coordinates 46°29′31″N 13°44′16″E / 46.49194°N 13.73778°E / 46.49194; 13.73778
Mooth Danube
 - location Belgrade, Serbie
 - elevation 68 m (223 ft)
 - coordinates 44°49′27″N 20°26′38″E / 44.82417°N 20.44389°E / 44.82417; 20.44389Coordinates: 44°49′27″N 20°26′38″E / 44.82417°N 20.44389°E / 44.82417; 20.44389
Lenth 990 km (615 mi) a
Basin 97,713.2 km2 (37,727 sq mi)
Dischairge for the river mooth
 - average 1,564 m3/s (55,232 cu ft/s)
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Cairt o the Sava wattershed
a Includin 45 km (28 mi) Sava Dolinka heidwater

The Sava (Slovene pronunciation: [ˈsàːʋa],[1] Serbo-Croatian: [sǎːʋa])[2] is a river in Sootheast Europe, a richt side tributary o the Danube.

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