Torbido

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Torbido
Mammola - Panorama Vallata del Torbido.jpg
The Torbido valley seen from mount San Nicodemo
Location
Country Italy
Region Calabria
Physical characteristics
Source Aspromonte National Park
  coordinates 38°21′59″N16°11′10″E / 38.36639°N 16.18611°E / 38.36639; 16.18611
  elevation928 m (3,045 ft)
Mouth Ionian Sea
  location
Marina di Gioiosa Ionica
  coordinates
38°17′38″N16°19′31″E / 38.29389°N 16.32528°E / 38.29389; 16.32528 Coordinates: 38°17′38″N16°19′31″E / 38.29389°N 16.32528°E / 38.29389; 16.32528
  elevation
0 m (0 ft)
Length18 km (11 mi)
Basin size160.3 km2 (61.9 sq mi)

The Torbido is a river in the Calabria region of southern Italy. It might have been the river Sagra of classical antiquity. It rises in the mountains of the Aspromonte National Park and flows in a southeastern direction. It drains into the Ionian Sea at Marina di Gioiosa Ionica after a course of 18 kilometers. It has a drainage basin of 160.3 square kilometres (61.9 sq mi). [1]

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