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400px|Main European drainage divides (red lines) separating catchments (green regions) This page lists the principal rivers of Europe with their main tributaries.

Scope

The border of Europe and Asia is here defined as from the Kara Sea, along the Ural Mountains and Ural River to the Caspian Sea. While the crest of the Caucasus Mountains is the geographical border with Asia in the south, Georgia, and to a lesser extent Armenia and Azerbaijan, are politically and culturally often associated with Europe; rivers in these countries are therefore included. The list is at the outset limited to those rivers that are at least 250 km long from the most distant source, have a drainage basin (catchment area, watershed) of at least , or have a mean discharge (volume, flow) of at least . Also included are a number of rivers (currently 47) that do not meet these criteria, but are very well known and/or nearly make the mark. Examples of these are the Arno, Ruhr, Saar, and Clyde. See the lists of rivers for individual countries linked to at the bottom of the page for smaller rivers. The rivers are ordered from those flowing to the extreme northeast into the Arctic Ocean, following the coastline anticlockwise all the way to the southeastern coast of the Black Sea. Iceland and the British Islands are included via virtual connections with northern Norway and across the Strait of Dover and the North Channel, respectively. Finally, rivers draining into the Caspian Sea are listed from Azerbaijan to the Ural River. The table can be sorted by each column. The first three columns give a ranking for (maximum) length, area and volume of those rivers flowing into the sea or an endorheic lake down to the cut-off values. No ranking of tributaries is attempted, as the concept is too contentious; for example, hydrologically the middle and upper Volga could be considered a tributary of the Kama, in which case it would be the fifth or sixth longest river in Europe. Instead it does not appear in the table at all. The commercial and geopolitical importance of rivers is not ranked here. As a transportation artery, a river may unite a region commercially and economically, but major rivers, as barriers to travel, may also form political boundaries between states. The Danube, the second longest river in Europe, is notable for flowing through or past ten countries; the Rhine through or past six. The Volga, the longest river in Europe, unites a huge region of European Russia; eleven of the twenty largest cities in Russia lie on its banks. The Loire and the Po unite important regions within France and Italy respectively. The most important rivers in Europe include Rhone, Elbe, Oder, Tagus, Thames, Don and Dnieper, among others.

Caveats

The measurements shown are drawn from sources deemed most reliable, but still are often uncertain, especially when other sources disagree wildly. For example, the Siret in Romania and Ukraine is 726 km long with a basin of 44,000 km2 according to th
Great Soviet Encyclopedia
647 km (44,811 km2) according to a Romanian management plan for the Siret basin and 559 km (47,610 km2) according to the extensive transboundary rivers study by the Economic Commission for Europe.United Nations. Economic Commission for Europe
Our Waters: Joining Hands Across Borders : First Assessment of Transboundary Rivers, Lakes and Groundwaters
United Nations Publications, 2007] and (note: large pdf file)
Length estimates for rivers depend on a number of variables: *The estimate will be larger when the curves of the river Coastline paradox|are traced at a smaller scale. *The choice of the source obviously has an impact. Here we attempt to list the most distant source. When that involves a tributary nearer the mouth of the river, the length of the nominal river is listed as well, if it meets the above criteria. *Rivers flowing into estuaries have an arbitrary lower end. The channel of such a river through an estuary is usually included in the length when it is exposed at low tide. *The length of a watercourse through a reservoir or lake is open to interpretation. For this table, when a source for the total length of a river system involving lakes is lacking, the shortest possible course through the lakes is used *Over time, a river's length can change through canalization, the creation of reservoirs, and natural changes in the water course. The catchment areas are more consistent between sources. However, in low relief the watershed is less obvious, while underground connections (especially in karst systems) further complicate area measurements. Unless excellent sources are available, the areas below 70°N latitude are taken from the HydroBASINS project. Th
River Networks
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Ramsar Sites Information Service
websites provide convenient interfaces to assess the accuracy of many of the basins. Areas for rivers above 70°N are warned and found to be less reliable. The listed multiyear mean discharges are even less reliable than the lengths. Underestimates are most common, as the gauging stations are often far above the mouth, so that only a fraction of the drainage basin is represented. On the other hand, the highest volume of a river may not be at the mouth due to water loss by human usage, diversion (e.g. through distributaries), evaporation, or underground drainage.

Rivers of Europe

|| |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Eure || 229 || 6017 || 26 || Seine in Pont-de-l'Arche || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| OiseAisneAire || 454 || 16783 || 110 || Seine in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine || || The Aire (125 km) flows into the larger Aisne (356 km) 121 km below its source. The Aisne joins the smaller Oise about 94 km before it drains in the Seine.|| |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=107|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=101|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=92|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Oise || 341 || 16783 || 110 || Seine in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Aisne || 356 || 7939 || 65 || Oise in Compiègne || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Marne || 514 || 12783 || 110 || Seine in Ivry-sur-Seine || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Yonne || 292 || 10836 || 93 || Seine in Montereau-Fault-Yonne || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Aube || 249 || 4595 || 41 || Seine near Romilly-sur-Seine || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=106|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |95|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | Vilaine|| align= 218|| align= 10459|| align= 72 || Bay of Biscay in Pénestin || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |17|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |14|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |13|| colspan=5 | Loire|| align= 1006|| align= 117356|| align= 889 || Bay of Biscay in Saint-Nazaire || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| MaineSartheLoir || 338 || 22240 || 127 || Loire near Angers || || The Loir (317.4 km) flows in the Sarthe (314 km). 9.2 km later the Sarthe joins the Mayenne to form the short Maine river, which flows into the Loire after just 11.5 km.|| |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Mayenne || 202 || 5844 || 50 || Maine near Angers || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Sarthe || 314 || 16250 || 82 || Maine near Angers || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=2 | Loir || 317 || 8294 || 32 || Sarthe near Angers || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Vienne || 363 || 21161 || 210 || Loire in Candes-Saint-Martin || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Creuse || 264 || 10279 || 85 || Vienne near Châtellerault || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Indre || 279 || 3428 || 19 || Loire near Candes-Saint-Martin || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Cher || 368 || 13718 || 96 || Loire in Villandry || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Allier || 421 || 14350 || 144 || Loire near Nevers || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |68|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |99|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | Charente|| align= 381|| align= 9855|| align= 49 || Bay of Biscay near Rochefort || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |46|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |52|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |41|| colspan=5 | Dordogne|| align= 483|| align= 23957|| align= 380 || Gironde estuary near Bordeaux || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Isle || 255 || 7558 || 63 || Dordogne in Libourne || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Vézère || 211 || 3715 || 58 || Dordogne near Le Bugue || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |39|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |30|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |17|| colspan=5 | GaronneTarn|| align= 610|| align= 55846|| align= 650 || Gironde estuary near Bordeaux || || The 380 km Tarn flows into the Garonne about 230 km before it meets the ocean. As both its volume and catchment area are larger, the Tarn is hydrologically the upper part of the Garonne river.|| |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|.|| colspan=5 | Garonne|| align= 575|| align= 55846|| align= 650 || Gironde estuary near Bordeaux || || Starting from the Ruda-Garona, the longest headwater of the Garonne. Length (54 km in Spain, 521 km in France) and catchment area exclude the Gironde estuary.|| |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Lot || 485 || 11538 || 155 || Garonne near Aiguillon || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Tarn || 380 || 15586 || 233 || Garonne near Castelsarrasin || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Aveyron || 291 || 5176 || 57 || Tarn near Montauban || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Ariège || 163 || 4135 || 76 || Garonne in Toulouse || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |89|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |67|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |45|| colspan=5 | Adour|| align= 308|| align= 16912|| align= 360 || Bay of Biscay in Bayonne || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Gaves réunisGave de Pau || 193 || 5464 || 82 || Adour near Peyrehorade || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |71|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |70|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |48|| colspan=5 | MinhoSil|| align= 361|| align= 16651|| align= 340 || Atlantic Ocean near Caminha || || The 226 km Sil flows into the Minho about 135 km above the Minho reaches the ocean.|| |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=107|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=101|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=92|.|| colspan=5 | Minho|| align= 309|| align= 16651|| align= 340 || Atlantic Ocean near Caminha || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Sil || 226 || 7969 || 100 || Minho near Ourense || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |25|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |16|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |17|| colspan=5 | Douro|| align= 897|| align= 97290|| align= 650 || Atlantic Ocean in Porto || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Tormes || 247 || 7054 || 42 || Douro near / Villarino || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Esla || 275 || 16018 || 182 || Douro near Muelas del Pan || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Pisuerga || 276 || 15665 || 82 || Douro near Valladolid || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=106|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=100|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | Mondego|| align= 234|| align= 6656|| align= 108 || Atlantic Ocean in Figueira da Foz || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |16|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |24|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |26|| colspan=5 | Tagus|| align= 1007|| align= 70756|| align= 500 || Atlantic Ocean near Lisbon || || The commonly given 80,000+ km2 for the drainage area includes the 7740 km2 basin of the Sorraia, here treated as a primary river.|| |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Jarama || 194 || 11532 || 32 || Tagus in Aranjuez || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=106|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=100|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | Sado|| align= 180|| align= 6186|| align= 40 || Atlantic Ocean in Setúbal || || || |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |21|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |25|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | Guadiana (← Cigüela) ← Záncara|| align= 922|| align= 67027|| align= 79 || Gulf of Cadiz near Ayamonte || || The 167 km Záncara joins the 155 km Cigüela (or Gigüela) and the 76 km Guadiana Alto in a trifurcation some 755 km before the Guadiana reaches the ocean. On some maps, the following 77 km are still called Cigüela. See the Spanish Guadiana article on the confusion in this river system.|| |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=107|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=101|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=92|.|| colspan=5 | Guadiana ← . || align= 852|| align= 67027|| align= 79 || Gulf of Cadiz near Ayamonte || || The Guadiana Alto/Viejo source river is 76 km long.|| |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |31|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |27|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |83|| colspan=5 | Guadalquivir ← ← || align= 722|| align= 57053|| align= 164 || Gulf of Cadiz in Sanlúcar de Barrameda || || Hydrologically the Guardiana Menor and its longest source river the Guardal (a.k.a. Barbata) form the true upper course of the Guadalquivir, which has a nominal length of 657 km. Barbata/Guardal - Guardiana Menor (206 km) meets the nominal Guadalquivir 138 km below its source.|| |-bgcolor=#E6E6FA |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Genil || 358 || 8257 || 9.3 || Guadalquivir in Palma del Río || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |82|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |71|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | Segura|| align= 325|| align= 16599|| align= 26 || Mediterranean Sea in Guardamar del Segura || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |45|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |57|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | Júcar|| align= 498|| align= 21430|| align= 49 || Balearic Sea in Cullera || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |98|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=100|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | Turia|| align= 280|| align= 6674|| align= 14 || Balearic Sea in Valencia || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |23|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |19|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |21|| colspan=5 | Ebro|| align= 910|| align= 84763|| align= 577 || Balearic Sea near Tortosa || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Segre || 265 || 22719 || 100 || Ebro in Mequinenza || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Cinca || 170 || 9720 || 82 || Segre near Mequinenza || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| JalónJiloca || 224 || 9658 || 21 || Ebro near Torres de Berrellén || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Aragón || 195 || 8529 || 41 || Ebro near Tudela || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=106|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=100|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | Llobregat|| align= 170|| align= 4948|| align= 21 || Balearic Sea near Barcelona || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=106|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=100|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | Aude|| align= 224|| align= 5327|| align= 44 || Gulf of Lion near Narbonne || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |19|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |15|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |7|| colspan=5 | RhôneSaôneDoubs|| align= 957|| align= 98131|| align= 1900 || Gulf of Lion in Port-Saint-Louis-du-Rhône || || The 453 km long Doubs joins the upper Saône to form the 171 km long Grand Saône, which flows into the Rhône 333 km above its mouth in the Mediterranean.|| |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=107|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=101|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=92|.|| colspan=5 | Rhône|| align= 812|| align= 98131|| align= 1900 || Gulf of Lion in Port-Saint-Louis-du-Rhône || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Durance || 323 || 14342 || 180 || Rhône in Avignon || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Isère || 286 || 11890 || 333 || Rhône near Valence || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Saône || 480 || 29321 || 473 || Rhône in Lyon || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Doubs || 453 || 7874 || 176 || Saône in Verdun-sur-le-Doubs || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Ain || 190 || 3765 || 123 || Rhône near Pont-de-Chéruy || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=106|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=100|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | Arno|| align= 241|| align= 8852|| align= 110 || Ligurian Sea near Pisa || || The furthest headstream of the Arno could be considered the 19th-century, 62 km that drains part of Valdichiana into the Arno about 30 km below its source for a total length of over 270 km. 306 km2 has been subtracted from the HydroBasins area for the endorheic Lake Trasimeno.|| |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |62|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |69|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |62|| colspan=5 | Tiber|| align= 405|| align= 16668|| align= 239 || Tyrrhenian Sea in Ostia || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Nera || 116 || 4163 || 168 || Tiber near Orte || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=106|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=100|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | GariglianoLiri|| align= 158|| align= 4059|| align= 120 || Tyrrhenian Sea near Minturno || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=106|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=100|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | Volturno|| align= 175|| align= 5784|| align= 82 || Tyrrhenian Sea in Castel Volturno || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=106|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=100|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | Reno|| align= 212|| align= 5615|| align= 95 || Adriatic Sea near Comacchio || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |32|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |22|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |9|| colspan=5 | PoTanaro|| align= 702|| align= 73746|| align= 1460 || Adriatic Sea near Porto Tolle || || The Tanaro (285 km including its Negrone source river) joins the Po 234 km below its source. A competing longest stretch is 691 km starting from the Maira. (see :it:Po for references and discussion)|| |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=107|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=101|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=92|.|| colspan=5 | Po|| align= 652|| align= 73746|| align= 1460 || Adriatic Sea near Porto Tolle || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| MincioLake GardaSarca || 203 || 2977 || 60 || Po near Mantua || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| OglioLake Iseo ← Oglio || 280 || 6598 || 130 || Po near Mantua || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| AddaLake Como ← Adda || 313 || 7842 || 187 || Po in Cremona || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| TicinoLake Maggiore ← Ticino|| 248 || 8061 || 348 || Po in Pavia || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Tanaro ← || 285 || 8182 || 116 || Po near Alessandria || || The 9 km Negrino is the longer source stream of the 276 km Tanaro.|| |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Dora Baltea || 168 || 3921 || 96 || Po in Crescentino || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=106|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=100|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |68|| colspan=5 | Tartaro-Canalbianco-Po di Levante|| align= 147|| align= 2885|| align= 218 || Adriatic Sea near Porto Viro || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |55|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |76|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |64|| colspan=5 | AdigeEisackRienzAhr|| align= 436|| align= 14543|| align= 235 || Adriatic Sea near Chioggia || || Hydrologically, this is one river with the upper courses of the Rienz, Eisack and Adige/Etsch as tributaries, as it forms the longest course and has the largest discharge at each junction. The ca 130 km long Ahr->Rienz->Eisack originating under the Dreiherrnspitze joins the 409 km long Adige/Etch 103 km below the latter's nominal source.|| |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=107|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=101|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=92|.|| colspan=5 | Adige ← Etsch ← Karlinbach|| align= 421|| align= 14543|| align= 235 || Adriatic Sea near Chioggia || || The 17 km long Karlinbach, originating under the Weißkugel, flows into the Reschensee, about 5 km below the official source under the Reschen Pass of the 409 km long Adige/Etsch.|| |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=106|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=100|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | Brenta|| align= 174|| align= 4811|| align= 93 || Adriatic Sea near Chioggia || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=106|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=100|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | Piave|| align= 231|| align= 4420|| align= 137 || Adriatic Sea near Venice || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=106|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=100|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | Tagliamento|| align= 170|| align= 2939|| align= 92 || Adriatic Sea near Lignano || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=106|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=100|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |77|| colspan=5 | Isonzo/Soča|| align= 138|| align= 3327|| align= 173 || Adriatic Sea near Monfalcone || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=106|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |97|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |43|| colspan=5 | Neretva|| align= 240|| align= 10380|| align= 378 || Adriatic Sea near Ploče || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Trebišnjica || 187 || 4926 || 114 || Neretva in Neum || || The Trebišnjica enters the Hutovo Blato marshland in Bosnia through a complex underground karst system. From here a portion of its waters continues the 9 km long Krupa to join the Neretva. Other portions appear as outlets on the coast, e.g. in Neum in Bosnia, in Slano and most significantly near Dubrovnik in Croatia as the 30 m short Ombla river into the Rijeka Dubrovačka ria.|| |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |66|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |61|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |16|| colspan=5 | Bojana/BunaDrin|| align= 384|| align= 18620 || 672 || Adriatic Sea near Ulcinj ||
|| The Drin (343 km from its most distant source) drains partly in the Adriatic, but the main channel, called Drinasa, joins the 44 km Bojana 3 km after that emerges from Lake Skadar.|| |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| DrinBlack DrinSateska || 343 || 14351 || 352 || Bojana near Lezhë || || The Sateska (38 km) flows into the Black Drin (149 km) less than 4 km after Black Drin's emergence from Lake Ohrid. Black Drin meets White Drin 145 km later to form the Drin proper (160 km). The drainage area (but not the length) includes the 1394 km2 Lake Prespa basin, which drains underground through very porous karst mountains into Lake Ohrid.|| |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | White Drin || 136 || 5005 || 66 || Drin in Kukës || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Morača || 100 || 2820 || 156 || Lake Skadar (Bojana) near Žabljak Crnojevića || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=106|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=100|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | Shkumbin|| align= 181|| align= 2922|| align= 62 || Adriatic Sea near Lushnjë || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |97|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=100|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | SemanDevoll|| align= 281|| align= 6124|| align= 96 || Adriatic Sea near Fier || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |100|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=100|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |72|| colspan=5 | Aoös/Vjosë|| align= 272|| align= 6777|| align= 204 || Adriatic Sea near Vlorë || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=106|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=100|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | Achelous|| align= 220|| align= 5662|| align= 137 || Ionian Sea near Astakos || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=106|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=100|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | Pineios (Thessaly)|| align= 216|| align= 9301|| align= 81 || Aegean Sea near Larissa || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |93|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=100|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | Haliacmon|| align= 297|| align= 8664|| align= 80 || Aegean Sea near Thessaloniki || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |65|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |51|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |79|| colspan=5 | Vardar/AxiosTreska|| align= 393|| align= 24503|| align= 170 || Aegean Sea near Thessaloniki || || The 132 km long Treska flows into the Vardar about 261 km above its mouth in the Aegean Sea.|| |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=107|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=101|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=92|.|| colspan=5 | Vardar/Axios|| align= 388|| align= 24503|| align= 170 || Aegean Sea near Thessaloniki || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |61|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |68|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | Struma/Strymon|| align= 415|| align= 16801|| align= 76 || Thracian Sea in Amphipolis || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=106|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=100|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | Nestos/Mesta|| align= 243|| align= 5864|| align= 45 || Thracian Sea near Thasos || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |44|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |31|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |40|| colspan=5 | Maritsa/Meriç/Evros|| align= 515|| align= 53475|| align= 383 || Thracian Sea near Alexandroupoli || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Ergene || 281 || 11016 || 28 || Maritsa near İpsala || || The often-mentioned 17,323 km2 drainage area is much too large, as the total area drained by the Meriç (including Ergene) in Turkey is only 14,560 km2.|| |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Tundzha || 380 || 8583 || 32 || Maritsa in Edirne || || || |-bgcolor=#FAF0E6 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Arda || 290 || 5623 || 77 || Maritsa near Edirne || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=106|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=100|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | Veleka|| align= 147|| align= 995|| align= 9.4 || Black Sea near Sinemorets || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |104|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=100|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | KamchiyaLuda Kamchiya|| align= 254|| align= 5373|| align= 26 || Black Sea near Varna || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |2|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |2|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |2|| colspan=5 | Danube || align= 2857|| align= 801463|| align= 6450 || Black Sea near Sulina ||


|| Including the 46 km Breg headstream|| |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Prut || 953 || 27820 || 105 || Danube at Giurgiulești || || The most distant source for the Prut may be via the 167 km Cheremosh tributary.|| |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Jijia || 275 || 5757 || 14 || Prut near Huși || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Siret || 559 || 45857 || 240 || Danube in Galați || || Siret length estimates range from 559 km to 726 km. The shorter length is supported by HydroBasins data.|| |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Buzău || 325 || 5537 || 29 || Siret near Galați || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Bistrița || 283 || 7018 || 66 || Siret near Bacău || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Ialomița || 417 || 11116 || 40 || Danube near Hârșova || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Argeș || 350 || 12652 || 73 || Danube in Oltenița || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Dâmbovița || 245 || 2837 || 26 || Argeș near Budești || || The 237 km-long Dâmbovița forms at the confluence of 8 km Valea Vladului and 6.5 km Valea Otic .|| |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Yantra || 285 || 7897 || 47 || Danube near Svishtov || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Osam || 314 || 2866 || 16 || Danube near Nikopol || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Olt || 615 || 24130 || 174 || Danube near Turnu Măgurele || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Iskar || 368 || 8511 || 54 || Danube near Gigen || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Jiu || 339 || 10157 || 86 || Danube near Bechet || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Great MoravaWest MoravaIbar || 550 || 37709 || 232 || Danube near Smederevo || || Hydrologically, this is a single river, as it follows at both junctions the river with the greatest length, drainage area and average discharge. The Great Morava (185 km) is formed by the merger of the West and South Morava. The 276 km Ibar joins the West Morava 89 km before it becomes the Great Morava.|| |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | South Morava || 295 || 15550 || 100 || Great Morava near Kruševac || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | West Morava || 308 || 15710 || 120 || Great Morava near Kruševac || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=2 | Ibar || 276 || 7914 || 60 || West Morava in Kraljevo || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Timiš/Tamis || 359 || 10495 || 47 || Danube in Pančevo || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| SavaSava Dolinka || 945 || 94613 || 1609 || Danube in Belgrade ||
|| Drainage area is hard to estimate due to the connectivity of the karst system. The most detailed level of HydroBasins data gives a lower drainage area (87197 km2) as it excludes local basins connected as such.|| |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | DrinaTara || 486 || 19650 || 370 || Sava near Bijeljina || || The 140 km Tara is the larger and longer of the two source rivers of the 346 km Drina. The most detailed level of HydroBasins data gives a lower drainage area (18820 km2) as it excludes local basins connected underground via the karst system.|| |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=2 | Lim || 220 || 6797 || 96 || Drina near Višegrad || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Bosna || 271 || 10490 || 174 || Sava in Bosanski Šamac || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Vrbas || 235 || 6501 || 132 || Sava in Srbac || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Una || 214 || 9657 || 220 || Sava in Jasenovac || || Drainage area is hard to estimate due to the connectivity of the karst system. The most detailed level of HydroBasins data gives a lower drainage area (8076 km2) as it excludes local basins connected underground as such.|| |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Kupa/Kolpa || 297 || 10194 || 201 || Sava in Sisak || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| TiszaSomeș || 1111 || 154073 || 863 || Danube near Titel || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=107|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=101|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=92|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Tisza || 966 || 154073 || 863 || Danube near Titel ||
|| The Tisza used to be 1,419 km long, but through canalization between 1846 and 1880 was reduced to its current length of 966 km. The average discharge is for that at Szeged, where it is higher than at places downstream.|| |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Bega || 256 || 6250 || 13 || Tisza near Titel || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Mureș/Maros || 789 || 30190 || 190 || Tisza in Szeged || || Average discharge as measured at Arad, where it is higher than at places downstream.|| |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=2 | TârnavaTârnava Mare || 249 || 6236 || 15 || Mureș near Teiuș || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | KörösCrișul Alb || 365 || 27123 || 100 || Tisza near Csongrád || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Sajó / SlanáHornád || 314 || 12870 || 70 || Tisza in Tiszaújváros || || The 286 km Hornád river joins the 229 km Sajó 32 km before the latter streams into the Tisza.|| |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=2 | Hernád / Hornád || 286 || 5414 || 31 || Sajó near Miskolc || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | BodrogLatorica || 255 || 13579 || 115 || Tisza in Tokaj || || Latorica (188 km) and Ondava (147 km) join to form the Bodrog (67 km)|| |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Szamos / Someș || 415 || 16046 || 132 || Tisza near Vásárosnamény || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Drava/Drau ← ← || 728 || 40154 || 577 || Danube near Osijek ||
|| At the junction 47 km from its nominal source, the upper Drau is in every hydrological aspect a tributary of the Isel. The longer Isel, 65 km from the Schwarzach source under the Rötspitze, continues straight, is on average almost 3x larger in volume, and drains twice as large a basin. Below the junction the Drau/Drava is 663 km long.|| Joint Drava River Corridor Analysis Report
27 November 2014
|-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Mur || 453 || 14108 || 166 || Drava near Legrad ||
|| || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| SióLake BalatonZala system || 330 || 14890 || 39 || Danube near Szekszárd || || Zala (139 km) is the longest and primary inflow of Lake Balaton. 70 km across, Balaton is drained by the 121 km Sió, a water course created in the 3rd century CE.|| |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Hron || 298 || 5441 || 54 || Danube near Esztergom || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Váh || 398 || 19484 || 194 || Danube in Komárno || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Rába/Raab || 311 || 10401 || 80 || Danube near Győr || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| LeithaSchwarza || 258 || 2138 || 8.2 || Danube near Mosonmagyaróvár || || The 78 km Schwarza is the longest source river of the 180 km Leitha.|| |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| MoravaThayaAustrian Thaya || 402 || 26734 || 110 || Danube in Bratislava-Devin || || The 311 km Thaya flows into the Morava 91 km before it joins the Danube|| |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=107|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=101|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=92|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Morava || 352 || 26734 || 110 || Danube in Bratislava-Devin || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | ThayaAustrian Thaya || 311 || 13419 || 44 || Morava near Hohenau || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Enns || 254 || 6084 || 200 || Danube in Enns || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Traun || 153 || 4277 || 150 || Danube in Linz || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Inn ← Aua da Fedoz || 522 || 26053 || 735 || Danube in Passau || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | SalzachKrimmler Ache || 232 || 6829 || 252 || Inn in Haiming || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| IsarLeutascher Ache || 295 || 8962 || 175 || Danube near Deggendorf || || Leutascher Ache (30 km) joins the Isar (291.5 km) 26.1 km below its source.|| |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Lech || 264 || 4125 || 115 || Danube near Donauwörth || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| IllerBreitach ← Turabach || 170 || 2147 || 70 || Danube in Ulm || || The Breitach (24.3 km from Turabach source) joins with the Trettach (15.6 km) to form the Iller (146 km).|| |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=106|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=100|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | Cogâlnic|| align= 243|| align= 5388|| align= 6.5 || Black Sea near Tatarbunary || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |9|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |23|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |50|| colspan=5 | Dniester/Nistru|| align= 1362|| align= 73158|| align= 313 || Black Sea near Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Răut || 286 || 7761 || 5.7 || Dniester near Dubăsari || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Zbruch || 247 || 3365 || 7 || Dniester near Khotyn || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |27|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |26|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |85|| colspan=5 | Southern Bug|| align= 806|| align= 63569|| align= 160 || Dnieper-Bug Estuary near Mykolaiv || || The Southern Bug is 857 km long when including its liman; the given drainage area does include the Inhul, which empties in this liman.|| |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Inhul || 354 || 9773 || 8.8 || Southern Bug in Mykolayiv || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| SyniukhaHnylyi TikychHirskyi Tikych || 283 || 16640 || 29 || Southern Bug in Pervomaisk || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |4|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |3|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |8|| colspan=5 | Dnieper|| align= 2201|| align= 509824|| align= 1700 || Dnieper-Bug Estuary near Kherson || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Inhulets || 549 || 14487 ||data-sort-value=0.3| 0.3? || Dnieper near Kropyvnytskyi || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| SamaraVovcha || 421 || 22734 || 20 || Dnieper near Dnipro || || Vovcha (323 km) joins the Samara 222 km below its source and 98 km before their discharge in the Dnieper.|| |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=107|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=101|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=92|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Samara || 320 || 22734 || 20 || Dnieper near Dnipro || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Vovcha || 323 || 13035 || 5.3 || Samara near Pavlohrad || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Oril || 346 || 10093 || 13 || Dnieper near Dnipro || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Vorskla || 452 || 14511 || 36 || Dnieper near Verkhn'odniprovs'k || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Psel || 717 || 22782 || 55 || Dnieper in Kremenchuk || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Khorol || 308 || 4039 || 3.6 || Psel || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| SulaUday || 447 || 19218 || 29 || Dnieper near Kremenchuk || || 327 km Uday flows into the Sula (363 km) about 120 km above Sula merges into the Dnieper.|| & |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=107|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=101|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=92|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Sula || 363 || 19218 || 29 || Dnieper near Kremenchuk || || || & |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Uday || 327 || 6995 || 9.4 || Sula near Lubny || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Ros || 346 || 12581 || 27 || Dnieper near Kaniv || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Desna || 1130 || 88490 || 360 || Dnieper in Kyiv || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Snov || 253 || 8265 || 24 || Desna || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Seym || 748 || 27895 || 100 || Desna in Sosnytsia || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Teteriv || 385 || 15213 || 18 || Dnieper near Chernobyl || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| PripyatHoryn || 1052 || 119911 || 460 || Dnieper near Chernobyl || || The 659 km Horyn joins the Pripyat 395 km above its confluence with the Dnieper|| |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=107|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=101|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=92|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Pripyat || 761 || 119911 || 460 || Dnieper near Chernobyl || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Uzh || 256 || 8129 || 25 || Pripyat near Chernobyl || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Ptsich || 421 || 9516 || 48 || Pripyat near Mazyr || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Ubort || 292 || 5504 || 23 || Pripyat near Pietrykaw || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Horyn || 659 || 27065 || 90 || Pripyat near Davyd-Haradok || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=2 | Southern Sluch || 451 || 13675 || 45 || Horyn near Novohrad-Volynskyi || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Styr || 494 || 12999 || 45 || Pripyat near Pinsk || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Sozh || 648 || 42199 || 207 || Dnieper in Loyew || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Iput || 437 || 10789 || 83 || Sozh near Gomel || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Besed || 261 || 5537 || 28 || Sozh || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Ostyor || 274 || 3382 || 21 || Sozh near Krychaw || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Berezina || 613 || 24895 || 145 || Dnieper near Rechytsa || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Svislach || 327 || 5190 || 30 || Berezina near Asipovichy || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Drut || 295 || 4952 || 30 || Dnieper in Rahachow || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |101|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=100|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | Mius|| align= 258|| align= 7059|| align= 12 || Sea of Azov near Taganrog || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |5|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |4|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |11|| colspan=5 | DonVoronezh ← Polnoy Voronezh|| align= 1923|| align= 437308|| align= 890 || Sea of Azov near Azov || || The 520 km Voronezh (starting from the Polnoy Voronezh source) flows into the Don 1403 above its mouth in the Sea of Azov|| |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=107|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=101|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=92|.|| colspan=5 | Don|| align= 1870|| align= 437308|| align= 890 || Sea of Azov near Azov || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| ManychKalaus ← Bolshoy Yankul || 863 || 49977 || 16 || Don near Rostov-on-Don || || Kalaus (436 km) is the upstream section of Manych (nominally 420 km); Kalaus used to split up into the (West) Manych and East Kanych, but the east branch has been dammed off. The 78 km long Yankul joins the Kalaus 365 km before it changes its name to Manych.|| |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Yegorlyk || 448 || 14972 || 38 || Manych near Salsk || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Sal || 798 || 20932 || 15 || Don in Semikarakorsk || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Donets || 1053 || 98720 || 159 || Don near Semikarakorsk || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | || 308 || 10543 || data-sort-value=17| ? || Donets in Belaya Kalitva || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Aidar || 264 || 7390 || 15 || Donets near Shchastya || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Oskil/Oskol || 472 || 14818 || 44 || Donets near Izium || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Chir || 317 || 10580 || 13 || Don || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Ilovlya || 358 || 9377 || 9.8 || Don || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Medveditsa ← Malaya Medveditsa || 748 || 34914 || 69 || Don near Serafimovitch || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | ← || 326 || 8807 || 5.6 || Medveditsa || || The 218 km long Yelan joins the 249 km Tersa 108 km before Tersa flows into the Medveditsa|| |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Khopyor ← || 1011 || 61052 || 150 || Don near Bukanovskaya || || The Serdoba (160 km) joins the Khopyor (979 km) 128 km after Khopyor's source|| |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Buzuluk || 314 || 9465 || 13 || Khopyor || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Savala || 285 || 7585 || 20 || Khopyor near Novokhopyorsk || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | VoronaChembar || 511 || 13229 || 42 || Khopyor near Borisoglebsk || || The Chembar (119 km including the upper Chembar) joins the Vorona (454 km) 392 km before the Vorona flows into the Khopyor.|| |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Bityug || 379 || 8818 || 18 || Don near Pavlovsk || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Voronezh ← Polnoy Voronezh || 520 || 21286 || 71 || Don near Voronezh || || The 178 km Polnoy Voronezh joins the 164 km Lesnoy Voronezh to form the 342 km Voronezh proper|| |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Bystraya Sosna || 296 || 13012 || 74 || Don near Yelets || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |85|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=100|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | Yeya|| align= 313|| align= 9191|| align= 2.5 || Sea of Azov near Yeysk || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |95|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=100|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | || align= 288|| align= 4911|| align= 2.4 || Sea of Azov near Primorsko-Akhtarsk || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |24|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |32|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |34|| colspan=5 | Kuban|| align= 906|| align= 52399|| align= 430 || Sea of Azov near Temryuk || || Length includes the Ullukam source river, which at its confluence with Uchkulan forms the Kuban.|| |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Pshish ← Bolshoy Pshish || 270 || 1927 || 25 || Kuban near Ryazanskaya || || The 22 km Bolshoy Pshish is the longer source river of the 258 km Pshish proper|| |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Belaya || 265 || 6054 || data-sort-value=44| ? || Kuban || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| LabaBolshaya Laba || 347 || 12664 || 96 || Kuban in Ust-Labinsk || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=106|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=100|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | Kodori|| align= 105|| align= 2087|| align= 144 || Black Sea near Adzyubzha || || || |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=106|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=100|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |79|| colspan=5 | Enguri|| align= 213|| align= 4052|| align= 170 || Black Sea in Anaklia || || The discharge below the reservoir is reduced to 40 m3/s|| |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |81|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |81|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |36|| colspan=5 | Rioni|| align= 327|| align= 13511|| align= 424 || Black Sea near Poti || || Discharge is that for the north and south arm of the delta combined.|| |-bgcolor=#AFEEEE |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |54|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |55|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |56|| colspan=5 | Chorokhi/Çoruh|| align= 438|| align= 22011|| align= 278 || Black Sea near Batumi || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |8|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |10|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |30|| colspan=5 | Kur/Kura/Mtkvari|| align= 1364|| align= 188378|| align= 448 || Caspian Sea near Neftçala || || Many other sources, e.g

give a 1515 km length, but this is not supported by the HydroBasins data.
|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Aras (river)|Aras/Araks || 1072 || 102000 || 141 || Kura near Sabirabad ||
|| Many other sources, e.g

give a 1264 km length, but this is not supported by the HydroBasins data. The combined length of the Araks-lower Kura system is nearly as long as the Kura itself.
|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Alazani || 391 || 11717 || 110 || Mingachevir reservoir || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Iori || 320 || 4897 || 15 || Mingachevir reservoir near Burunqovaq || || The discharge is for the middle part of the river; at the mouth it is only 9.8 m3/s due to agricultural use and divergence of water towards the Tbilisi reservoir. Before the completion of the Mingachevir reservoir it was a tributary of the Alazani.|| Rapid Assessment of the Rioni and Alazani-Iori River Basins of Georgia
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|-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=106|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=100|+|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | Samur|| align= 213|| align= 6777|| align= 75 || Caspian Sea near Derbent || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |71|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |80|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |75|| colspan=5 | SulakAndi Koysu ← Tushetis Alazani|| align= 361|| align= 14085|| align= 176 || Caspian Sea near Makhachkala || || In Georgia, the Pirikiti Alazani (44 km) and Tushetis Alazani (48 km) form the Andi Koysu, which 144 km later joins the Avar Koysu (178 km) to form the 169 km long Sulak River.|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |37|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |36|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |51|| colspan=5 | Terek|| align= 623|| align= 42927|| align= 305 || Caspian Sea near Kizlyar || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Sunzha || 278 || 12153 || 85 || Terek near Gudermes || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Malka || 210 || 10163 || 98 || Terek near Prokhladny || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |28|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |41|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | Kuma|| align= 802|| align= 33500|| align= 11 || Caspian Sea near Lagan || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |1|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |1|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |1|| colspan=5 | VolgaOkaUpa ← Uperta|| align= 3790|| align= 1432506|| align= 8087 || Caspian Sea near Astrakhan || || The Oka River, 1559 km starting from the Uperta source river, joins the Volga 1299 km below its source and 2231 km before its discharge in the Caspian Sea.|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=107|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=101|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=92|.|| colspan=5 | VolgaKuybyshev ReservoirKama|| align= 3771|| align= 1432506|| align= 8087 || Caspian Sea near Astrakhan || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=107|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=101|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=92|.|| colspan=5 | Volga|| align= 3530|| align= 1432506|| align= 8087 || Caspian Sea near Astrakhan || || || Volgograd gauging station data
|-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Akhtuba|| 537|| ?|| 153 || Volga Delta near Astrakhan || || Akhtuba is a distributary of Volga that flows parallel to it, joining at multiple places.|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Yeruslan || 278 || 6196 || data-sort-value=12| ? || Volgograd Reservoir near Kamyshin || || Before the filling of the Volgograd Reservoir in 1961, the Yeruslan was at least 400 km long and had a catchment area of more than 12,000 km2.|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Tereshka || 273 || 9864 || 18 || Volga near Saratov || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Bolshoy Irgiz ← Bolshaya Glushitsa || 679 || 24010 || 23 || Volga near Volsk || || Bolshaya Glushitsa (65 km) joins Bolshoy Irgiz (675 km) 61 km below its source|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Maly Irgiz ← Chernava || 262 || 3916 || 6.4 || Volga || || Chernava (75 km) joins Maly Irgiz (235 km) 48km below its source.|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Chapayevka/Mocha || 298 || 5126 || 2.5 || Volga near Novokuybyshevsk || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Samara || 594 || 46454 || 46 || Volga in Samara || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Bolshoy Kinel || 436 || 14929 || 34 || Samara in Kinel || || Includes the 14 km Su-Elga source stream|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | - Bitkul || 312 || 5897 || 13 || Samara near Buzuluk || || Bitkul (34 km) joins Tok (306 km) 28 km below its source.|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Sok || 363 || 11455 || 33 || Volga near Samara || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Kondurcha || 294 || 4327 || 9.4 || Sok || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Bolshoy Cheremshan || 336 || 11806 || 35 || Kuybyshev Reservoir near Dimitrovgrad || || Before the filling of the Kuybyshev Reservoir in 1957, the Cheremshan was at least 440 km long and had a catchment area of more than 15,300 km2.|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Kama || 1967 || 523324 || 3800 || Kuybyshev Reservoir south of Kazan || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Sheshma ← Lesnaya Sheshma || 268 || 6196 || 11 || Kama near Starosheshminsk || || 56 km Lesnaya Sheshma joins 259 km Sheshma proper 47 km below Sheshma's source|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Vyatka ← Belaya || 1318 || 128713 || 890 || Kama near Nizhnekamsk || || The 96 km Belaya source river joins the 1314 km Vyatka 92 km below Vyatka's source.|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=2 | Kilmez ← || 295 || 17160 || 85 || Vyatka near Ust-Kilmez || || 107 km Ut joins the 270 km Kilmez 188 km before Kilmez flows into Vyatka|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=2 | Pizhma || 305 || 14981 || 90 || Vyatka near Sovetsk || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=2 | Moloma ← Palomka || 435 || 12399 || 48 || Vyatka near Kotelnich || || Palomka (44 km) joins the Moloma (419 km) 28 km below Moloma's source|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=2 | Cheptsa ← Loza || 526 || 20230 || 130 || Vyatka in Kirovo-Chepetsk || || 127 km Loza joins the 501 km Cheptsa 102 km below Cheptsa's source|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=2 | Letka || 260 || 3633 || 21 || Vyatka || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=2 | || 324 || 7824 || 55 || Vyatka near Nagorsk || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Ik || 571 || 17934 || 46 || Kama near Menzelinsk || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Izh || 259 || 8469 || 34 || Kama || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Belaya || 1430 || 141609 || 858 || Kama near Neftekamsk || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=2 | Bystry Tanyp || 345 || 7700 || 45 || Belaya || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=2 | Dyoma ← Tyatep || 556 || 13022 || 35 || Belaya in Ufa || || The 91 km Tyatep joins the 535 km Dyoma 70 km below Dyoma's source.|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=2 | UfaAy || 931 || 52747 || 388 || Belaya in Ufa || || The 549 km long Ay joins the Ufa 382 km before that flows in to the Belaya.|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=2 | Ufa || 918 || 52747 || 388 || Belaya in Ufa || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || Yuryuzan || 404 || 7850 || 55 || Ufa near Karaidel || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || Ay || 549 || 14825 || 84 || Ufa near Krasnoufimsk || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=2 | Sim ← || 313 || 11629 || 110 || Belaya || || The 307 km Inzer joins the 239 km Sim just 6 km before that flows into the Belaya. Before their junction, Sim's discharge is >48 m3/s and Inzer's is 51 to 67 m3/s, but the 6 km joined stretch is named Sim.|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Chusovaya || 592 || 46812 || 222 || Kama Reservoir near Perm || || Includes the catchment area of the Sylva tributary. Since the building of the Kama Hydroelectric Station both rivers now feed into an arm of the Kama Reservoir.|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=2 | Sylva || 493 || 22188 || 139 || Chusovaya near Perm || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=2 | Usva || 266 || 6125 || 31 || Chusovaya in Chusovoy || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Kosva ← Typyl || 298 || 7322 || 90 || Kama Reservoir near Perermskoye || || Typyl (68 km) joins Kosva (238 km), 53 km below the source of the Kosva. || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Inva || 257 || 6304 || 29 || Kama Reservoir near Maykor || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Yayva || 304 || 6530 || 88 || Kama Reservoir near Berezniki || || Drainage area but not the length includes the reservoir arm derived from the river. || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | VisheraKolva || 494 || 31286 || 457 || Kama near Solikamsk || || Kolva (460 km) joins the Vishera (415 km) just 34 km before the Vishera streams into the Kama.|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=107|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=101|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=92|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Vishera || 415 || 31286 || 457 || Kama near Solikamsk || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=2 | Kolva || 460 || 13311 || 200 || Vishera at Cherdyn, Perm Krai || || Discharge unknown; calculated from the fraction of the Vishera basin comprised by the Kolva basin.|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=2 | YazvaGlukhaya Vilva || 272 || 5855 || 70 || Vishera near Cherdyn || || The 234 km Glukhaya Vilva joins the 176 km Yazva 38 km before that flows into the Vishera.|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Kosa || 267 || 9851 || 40 || Kama near Ust-Kosa || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Veslyana || 266 || 7253 || 68 || Kama near Ust-Veslyana || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Sviyaga ← Malaya Sviyaga || 379 || 16944 || 57 || Kuybyshev Reservoir west of Kazan || || The 41 km Malaya Sviyaga joins the 375 km Sviyaga 37 km after the latter's source.|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Bolshaya Kokshaga || 297 || 6481 || 40 || Volga near Kokshaysk || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Vetluga ← || 901 || 39438 || 255 || Volga near Kozmodemyansk || || The 219 km Vokhma joins the 889 km Vetluga, 207 km below Veluga's source|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Usta || 253 || 6019 || 28 || Vetluga near Voskresenskoye || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Sura ← || 867 || 67240 || 260 || Volga in Vasilsursk || || The Kadada (153 km from its Tahtala source) joins the 841 km Sura 137 km below the source of the Sura itself.|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Pyana ← Cheka || 453 || 7991 || 25 || Sura near Sergach || || The 70 km Cheka joins the 436 km Pyana 53 km below its source.|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Alatyr || 304 || 11171 || 43 || Sura at Alatyr || || The 168 km Cheka joins the 296 km Alatyr 160 km below the source of the Alatyr itself.|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Kerzhenets || 290 || 6207 || 20 || Volga near Lyskovo || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| OkaUpa ← Uperta || 1559 || 244308 || 1258 || Volga in Nizhny Novgorod || || The 63 km long Uperta joins the 345 km Upa 52 km below its source. Upa then flows into the 1504 km-long Oka 1203 km before the Oka joins the Volga.|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=107|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=101|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=92|.|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Oka || 1504 || 244308 || 1258 || Volga in Nizhny Novgorod || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Klyazma || 686 || 42421 || 147 || Oka in Gorbatov || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=2 | Nerl || 284 || 6766 || 26 || Klyazma near Bogolyubovo || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Tyosha || 311 || 7781 || 4 || Oka near Murom || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Moksha ← Azyas || 660 || 50379 || 95 || Oka near Yelatma || || Azyas (40 km) joins Moksha (656 km) 36 km below Moksha's source|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=2 | Tsna ← Osinovka || 457 || 21437 || 46 || Moksha near Sasovo || || Osinovka (37 km) joins Tsna (451 km) 31 km below Tsna's source.|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Pronya || 336 || 10180 || 50 || Oka near Spassk-Ryazansky || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | MoskvaRuza || 487 || 17618 || 150 || Oka in Kolomna || || The 145 km Ruza joins the 473 km long Moskva 342 km before the Moskva flows into the Oka. Before canalization, the Moskva itself was 502 km long|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Protva || 282 || 4602 || 25 || Oka near Serpukhov || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Ugra ← || 436 || 15699 || 90 || Oka near Kaluga || || The 64 km Demina joins the 399 km Ugra 27 km below its source.|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Upa ← || 356 || 9529 || 40 || Oka near Suvorov || || The 63 km Uperta joins the 345 km Upa 293 km before that joins the Oka.|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Unzha ← || 531 || 29156 || 158 || Volga near Yuryevets || || The 426 km long Unzha originates at the confluence of the 105 km long Kema and 89 km long Lyndonga rivers.|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Neya || 253 || 6286 || 46 || Unzha near Makaryev || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Kostroma || 354 || 19838 || 85 || Gorky Reservoir in Kostroma || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| SheksnaLake BeloyeKema || 441 || 21419 || 172 || Rybinsk Reservoir near Rybinsk || || The Sheksna was about 700 km long and had a catchment area of ca 39,000 km2 before the creation of the Rybinsk Reservoir in 1947.|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Suda ← || 261 || 13469 || 134 || Rybinsk Reservoir near Cherepovets || || The 184 km long Suda originates from the confluence of the Noshema (77 km) and the Koloshma (68 km)|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Mologa || 456 || 30074 || 172 || Rybinsk Reservoir near Rybinsk || || The Mologa was about 700 km long and had a catchment area of over 37,000 km2 before the creation of the Rybinsk Reservoir in 1947.|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Chagodoshcha ← || 286 || 9333 || 58 || Mologa near Ustyuzhna || || The 146 km long Lid joins the 242 km Chagodoshcha 140 km before it flows into the Mologa.|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Medveditsa || 259 || 6384 || 41 || Volga near Sknyatino || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |36|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |90|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | Maly Uzen|| align= 638|| align= 11600|| align= 8 || Kamysh-Samarskiye Lakes || || The average discharge is measured at stations in the upper part of the river.|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |34|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |73|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=91|+|| colspan=5 | Bolshoy Uzen|| align= 650|| align= 15795|| align= 11 || Kamysh-Samarskiye Lakes || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |3|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |8|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 |37|| colspan=5 | Ural|| align= 2428|| align= 210581|| align= 400 || Caspian Sea in Atyrau || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Chagan || 264 || 7530 || 7.7 || Ural in Oral || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Utva || 290 || 6952 || 3.8 || Ural || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Ilek || 623 || 41875 || 40 || Ural near Ilek || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | - Karakhobda || 363 || 14666 || 14 || Ilek || || Discharge unknown; calculated from the fraction of the Ilek basin comprised by the Khobda basin.|| |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Sakmara || 798 || 31040 || 144 || Ural in Orenburg || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=3 | Bolshoy Ik || 341 || 7651 || 61 || Sakmara near Saraktash || || || |-bgcolor=#D0F5A9 |bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=108|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=102|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6 data-sort-value=93|*|| bgcolor=#f6f6f6| - || colspan=4| Or || 332 || 18533 || 21 || Ural near Orsk || || ||


Rivers of Europe by length


The longest rivers in Europe with their approximate lengths (incomplete list): # Volga -   # Danube - # Ural   -    # Dnieper - # Don   -     # Pechora - # * Kama -   (the longest left tributary of the Volga and the largest one in discharge) # * Oka   -   (the longest right tributary of Volga) # * Belaya - (tributary of Kama) # Dniester - # Rhine   -   # * Desna - (major left tributary of Dnieper) # Elbe   -   # * Donets   -   (major right tributary of Don River) # Vistula - # Tagus   - # Daugava - # Loire - # * Tisza   -   ( before 1880)danube.panda.org/wwf/web/search/details.jsp?pid=139 (tributary of the Danube) # Ebro - # * Prut - (tributary of the Danube) # Neman - # * Sava - (tributary of the Danube) # Meuse - # Kuban River - # Douro - # Mezen - # Oder - # Guadiana - # Rhône - # Kuma - # * Warta - (major tributary of Oder) # Seine  - # Mureș - # Northern Dvina - # * Vychegda - (major left tributary of Northern Dvina) # * Drava - (tributary of the Danube) # Po - # Guadalquivir - # Bolshoy Uzen - # * Siret - (tributary of the Danube) # * Maly Uzen - (tributary of Bolshoy Uzen) # Terek - # * Olt - (tributary of the Danube) # * Vashka - (major tributary of Mezen) # Glomma - (Norway's longest and most voluminous river) # Garonne - # * Usa - (major tributary of Pechora) # Kemijoki - # * Great Morava - (tributary of the Danube) # * Moselle (longest left tributary of Rhine) # * Main (longest right tributary of Rhine) # Torne - # Dalälven - # * Inn (river) (tributary of the Danube) # Maritsa - # Marne - (major tributary of Seine) # Neris - # Júcar - # Dordogne - # * Saône - (major tributary of Rhône) # Ume - # ** Mur - (tributary of Drava) # Ångerman - # * Klarälven - (major tributary of the Göta älv) # Lule - # Gauja - # Weser - # Kalix - # * Vindel River - (major tributary of the Ume River) # Ljusnan - # Indalsälven - # * Vltava - (major tributary of the Elbe) # Ponoy - # Ialomița - # Onega- # ** Someș - (tributary of Tisza) # Struma - # Adige - # Skellefte - # Tiber - # * Vah - (tributary of the Danube) # Pite - # * Faxälven - (major tributary of the Ångerman) # Vardar - # Shannon - # Charente - # * Iskar - (tributary of the Danube) # * Tundzha - (major tributary of Maritsa) # Ems - # Tana - # Scheldt - # * Timiș - (tributary of the Danube) # * Genil - (tributary of the Danube) # Severn - # * Morava - (tributary of the Danube) # Luga - # * Argeș - (tributary of the Danube) # Ljungan - # Minho - # Venta - # Thames - # * Drina - (major tributary of Sava, Danube) # * Jiu - (tributary of the Danube) # Drin - # Segura - # Torne - # * Osam - (tributary of the Danube) # * Arda - (tributary of Maritsa) # * Yantra - (tributary of the Danube) # Kamchiya - # Mesta -


Rivers of Europe by discharge


This is an incomplete list of the largest rivers of Europe by discharge: # Volga - # Danube - # Pechora - # * Kama - (the longest left tributary of the Volga and the largest one in discharge) # Northern Dvina - # Neva - # Rhine - (Aare - as major tributary of the Rhine, even larger than Rhine's contribution of at their confluence in Koblenz; Waal - as its main distributary) # Rhône - # Dnieper - # * Sava - (tributary of the Danube) # Po - (largest river in Italy) # * Usa - (major tributary of Pechora) # * Oka - (the longest right tributary of the Volga) # * Vychegda - (major left tributary of Northern Dvina) # Vistula - # Don - # Mezen - # * Vyatka - (tributary of the Kama, Volga) # Loire - # * Tisza - (tributary of the Danube) # Elbe - # * Belaya - (tributary of the Kama, Volga) # * Svir - (tributary of Neva, through Lake Onega) # * Inn - (tributary of the Danube) # Glomma - (Norway's longest and most voluminous river) # Göta älv - # Lule älv - # Ångermanälven - # Indalsälven - # Umeälven - # Kuban River - # Maritsa - # Meuse - # Dniester - # * Great Morava - (tributary of the Danube) # Vardar - # * Arda - (tributary of Maritsa) # Struma - # * Iskar - (tributary of the Danube) # * Yantra - (tributary of the Danube) # Mesta - # * Tundzha - (tributary of Maritsa) # Kamchiya -

Notes



References

SWRR = State Water Register of Russia; GSE = Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 1969–1978 edition; IEU = Internet Encyclopedia of Ukraine.

See also

*List of rivers of Asia *List of rivers of Africa *List of rivers of the Americas *List of rivers of Oceania *List of drainage basins by area *List of rivers by discharge *List of rivers by length *List of European rivers with alternative names *European river zonation *Geography of Europe *Latin names of European rivers {{DEFAULTSORT:List Of Rivers Of Europe Europe *List of rivers of Europe Rivers