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Rivers of Montenegro: Piva, Trebi Njica, Lim, Ibar, Bojana, Tara, Mora A, Ehotina, Mareza, Zeta, Cemi-Cijevna, List of Rivers of Montenegro Books LLC

Rivers of Montenegro: Piva, Trebi Njica, Lim, Ibar, Bojana, Tara, Mora A, Ehotina, Mareza, Zeta, Cemi-Cijevna, List of Rivers of Montenegro

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Published September 28th 2010
ISBN : 9781155584171
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56 pages
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Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Piva, Trebi njica, Lim, Ibar, Bojana, Tara, Mora a, ehotina, Mareza, Zeta, Cemi/cijevna, List ofMorePurchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Piva, Trebi njica, Lim, Ibar, Bojana, Tara, Mora a, ehotina, Mareza, Zeta, Cemi/cijevna, List of Rivers of Montenegro, Ribnica, avnik, Bukovica, Tu ina, Sitnica. Source: Wikipedia. Free updates online. Not illustrated. Excerpt: The Piva (Montenegrin Cyrillic: ) is a river in Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina, shorter headwater of the Drina river, which it forms with the Tara river on the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Piva springs from the Sinjac (Cyrillic: ) spring on Golija mountain, near the Monastery of Piva (also called Vrelo Pive- Cyrillic: Well of Piva). Before the artificial Lake Piva was formed, the water from the well rushed into the river Komarnica (Cyrillic: ) thus creating the Piva river for the next 34 km. However, Komarnica is part of a 86 km long river system (Tuina-Bukovica-Bijela-Komarnica), so measured from the source of the Tuina river (Cyrillic: ), the Piva, nicknamed the river with five names is 120 km long. The Tuina originates from the mountain Sinjajevina in the Uskoci region of central Montenegro, just few kilometers away from the source of another important Montenegrin river, Moraa. The river flows to the west, between the Sinjajevina and Lola mountains, next to the villages of Krnja Jela, Bare, Boan and Tuina. It receives from the north the Bukovica river (Cyrillic: ), and continues further under this name. After the river passes the regional center of avnik and the villages of Gradac and Pridvorica in the region of Drobnjaci, the stream receives from the north the Komarnica and takes its name. Bridge over the Piva River canyon Piva RiverThe Komarnica continues between the mountains of Vojnik and Treskavac, in an almost uninhabited area (village of Dui) and enters the high Piva Pleateau, where it turns north (almost all of the Komar...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=5052305