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Skrwa Prawa (Right Skrwa; in Polish also Skrwa, Skrwa Północna, or Płosznica) is a river of Poland, a right tributary of the Vistula. Its own tributaries include the Okalewka, the Urszulewka, the Chraponianka, the Sierpienica, and the Bobrownica.
Poland, officially the Republic of Poland, is a country located in Central Europe. It is divided into 16 administrative subdivisions, covering an area of 312,696 square kilometres (120,733 sq mi), and has a largely temperate seasonal climate. With a population of approximately 38.5 million people, Poland is the sixth most populous member state of the European Union. Poland's capital and largest metropolis is Warsaw. Other major cities include Kraków, Łódź, Wrocław, Poznań, Gdańsk, and Szczecin.
The Vistula is the longest and largest river in Poland and the 9th longest river in Europe, at 1,047 kilometres in length. The drainage basin area of the Vistula is 193,960 km2 (74,890 sq mi), of which 168,868 km2 (65,200 sq mi) lies within Poland. The remainder is in Belarus, Ukraine and Slovakia.
Okalewka is a river of Poland, a tributary of the Skrwa Prawa near Skrwilno.
Its shorter counterpart the Skrwa Lewa (Left Skrwa) joins the Vistula about three miles upstream on the opposite bank.
Skrwa Lewa is a river of Poland, a left tributary of the Vistula. It flows through the Gostynin-Włocławek Landscape Park, and from the town of Gostynin to its mouth it is a kayaking area.
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The Dunajec is a river running through southern Poland. It is a right tributary of the Vistula River. It begins in Nowy Targ at the junction of two short mountain rivers, Czarny Dunajec and Biały Dunajec. Dunajec forms the border between Poland and Slovakia for 17 kilometers in the Pieniny Środkowe range, east of the Czorsztyn reservoir.
The Narew, in western Belarus and north-eastern Poland, is a right tributary of the Vistula River. The Narew is one of Europe's few braided rivers, the term relating to the twisted channels resembling braided hair.
Kuyavia, also referred to as Cuyavia, is a historical region in north-central Poland, situated on the left bank of Vistula, as well as east from Noteć River and Lake Gopło. It is divided into three traditional parts: north-eastern, central, and south-eastern.
Biała is a Polish word for white. It may refer to:
Kurówka is a river in South-East Poland, a right tributary of Vistula River. Its length is approximately 50 kilometres and its basin covers roughly 395.4 km². Its source is located near the village of Piotrowice Wielkie and it joins Vistula in Puławy. Among the notable villages located along the river are Garbów, Markuszów, Kurów and Końskowola.
Skawa is a river in southern Poland, a right tributary of the Vistula. It originates in the Western Carpathians (Beskids), is 96 km long and drains 1,160 km². It passes several towns: Jordanów, Maków Podhalański, Sucha Beskidzka, Wadowice and Zator, and whole river is located within the territory of Lesser Poland Voivodeship.
The Raba is a river in the south of Poland, right tributary to the river Vistula. Its source is in the Beskids, between the towns of Rabka-Zdrój and Nowy Targ. It flows to the north and then to the northeast. Towns along the river Raba include Rabka-Zdrój, Mszana Dolna, Myślenice, Dobczyce and Bochnia.
Dobrzyń Land is a historic region, with the capital in the town of Dobrzyń nad Wisłą, in central-northern Poland, within the Greater Poland, between Mazovia and Prussia. It lies northeast of the Vistula River, south of the Drwęca, and west of the Skrwa. The territory approximately corresponds with the present-day powiats of Lipno, Rypin, and half of Golub-Dobrzyń within the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship, although it encompasses parts of other counties as well. Totally, it has about 3,000 km2 and 200,000 inhabitants.
The Netta is a river in north-east Poland, a right tributary of the Biebrza, approximately 20 kilometres (12 mi) long. It is a continuation of the Rospuda, which flows into Lake Rospuda north of the town of Augustów. The Rospuda and Netta together have a length of 102 kilometres (63 mi) and a watershed of 1,336 square kilometres (516 sq mi).
The Wyżnica is a river in east Poland at 42.5 km. Wyżnica has its source at Słodków Trzeci. It is a right tributary of Vistula near Józefów nad Wisłą.
Trześniówka is a river in Poland, a right tributary of the Vistula. Its length is 56.9 km with a basin area of 569.6 km². During the Central European floods in June 2010 Trześniówka flooded parts of Sandomierz.
Bobrownica is a river of Poland. It is a right tributary of the Skrwa Prawa near Turza Mała.
Drwinka is a river, the right bank tributary of the Vistula with a length of 31.05 km.
Kisielina is a river in Poland. It flows for 41,37 km and feeds off a catchment area of 166,2 km² before feeding itself into the Vistula, being its right bank tributary.
Skawinka is a river in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship of Poland, right tributary of the Vistula River with a length of 34 km and a drainage basin of 365 km². The average discharge is 2.90 m³ / s.
Urszulewka is a river of Poland, a tributary of the Skrwa Prawa. It is the outflow of the Lake Urszulewskie, and joins the Skrwa Prawa near Dziki Bór.
Prądnik is a river in Poland, running through the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland in Poland's Lesser Poland voivodeship. The river is a left tributary of Vistula. The source of the river lies in the village of Sułoszowa in the Olkusz Uplands. It flows in a deep gully through the Ojców National Park. The lower run in Kraków has been designated an ecological reserve on 17 December 2008. Until 1655, when Vistula changed its course in the vicinity of Kraków, Prądnik joined Vistula's old riverbed near what is now Blich Street. However, in modern times the lower run of the river is regulated and empties itself into the Vistula in the Kraków's borough of Dąbie.