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The Vlasina
Vlasina
(Serbian Cyrillic: Власина), is a river in southeastern Serbia, a 68 km-long outflow of the Vlasina Lake
Vlasina Lake
and a right tributary to the Južna Morava, which also gives its name to the surrounding Vlasina
Vlasina
region. River[edit] The Vlasina
Vlasina
flows out from the Vlasina Lake
Vlasina Lake
at an altitude of 1,213 m. Lake used to be a large, muddy peat bog, but in 1947-51 the Vlasina was dammed by the long, earth dam and the bog was turned into an artificial lake. The river flows to the north, between the mountains of Čemernik
Čemernik
on the west, and Gramada on the east. It flows through Crna Trava, regional and municipal center, and the villages of Brod, Krstićevo and Jabukovik, where it reaches the Lužnica mountain and receives the Gradska reka from the right. The river bends to the west, along the southern slopes of Lužnica, and receives from the right the Tegošnica (at Donje Gare village) and the Lužnica (at Svođe). As the Vlasina
Vlasina
continues on the southernmost slopes of the Suva Planina
Suva Planina
and Babička Gora
Babička Gora
mountains, it reaches the town of Vlasotince
Vlasotince
and western parts of the low Leskovac
Leskovac
field, part of the composite valley of the Južna Morava. After the villages of Batulovce and Stajkovce, the Vlasina
Vlasina
empties into the Južna Morava, east of the Leskovac's eastern suburb of Mrštane. The Vlasina
Vlasina
drains an area of 1,050 km², belongs to the Black Sea drainage basin and it is not navigable. On 26 June 1988, after a period of heavy rains, Vlasina
Vlasina
was a site of catastrophic torrent floods. The area affected by the catastrophe covered more than 1000 km², and caused a damage of around US$1 billion, despite the river flow being supposedly regulated. Subsequent analysis showed a number of flaws in the design of the protected catchment. References[edit]

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Mala Prosvetina Enciklopedija, Third edition (1985); Prosveta; ISBN 86-07-00001-2 Jovan Đ. Marković (1990): Enciklopedijski geografski leksikon Jugoslavije; Svjetlost-Sarajevo; ISBN 86-01-02651-6 Gavrilovic, Zoran; Matovic, Zivorad (January 1991). Armanini, Aronne; Silvio, Giampaolo, eds. "Review of disastrous torrent flood on the vlasina river on June 26, 1988". Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences, Berlin Springer Verlag. 37: 235–250. Bibcode:1991LNES...37..235G. doi:10.1007

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The Vlasina
Vlasina
(Serbian Cyrillic: Власина), is a river in southeastern Serbia, a 68 km-long outflow of the Vlasina Lake
Vlasina Lake
and a right tributary to the Južna Morava, which also gives its name to the surrounding Vlasina
Vlasina
region. River[edit] The Vlasina
Vlasina
flows out from the Vlasina Lake
Vlasina Lake
at an altitude of 1,213 m. Lake used to be a large, muddy peat bog, but in 1947-51 the Vlasina was dammed by the long, earth dam and the bog was turned into an artificial lake. The river flows to the north, between the mountains of Čemernik
Čemernik
on the west, and Gramada on the east. It flows through Crna Trava, regional and municipal center, and the villages of Brod, Krstićevo and Jabukovik, where it reaches the Lužnica mountain and receives the Gradska reka from the right. The river bends to the west, along the southern slopes of Lužnica, and receives from the right the Tegošnica (at Donje Gare village) and the Lužnica (at Svođe). As the Vlasina
Vlasina
continues on the southernmost slopes of the Suva Planina
Suva Planina
and Babička Gora
Babička Gora
mountains, it reaches the town of Vlasotince
Vlasotince
and western parts of the low Leskovac
Leskovac
field, part of the composite valley of the Južna Morava. After the villages of Batulovce and Stajkovce, the Vlasina
Vlasina
empties into the Južna Morava, east of the Leskovac's eastern suburb of Mrštane. The Vlasina
Vlasina
drains an area of 1,050 km², belongs to the Black Sea drainage basin and it is not navigable. On 26 June 1988, after a period of heavy rains, Vlasina
Vlasina
was a site of catastrophic torrent floods. The area affected by the catastrophe covered more than 1000 km², and caused a damage of around US$1 billion, despite the river flow being supposedly regulated. Subsequent analysis showed a number of flaws in the design of the protected catchment. References[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Vlasina.

Mala Prosvetina Enciklopedija, Third edition (1985); Prosveta; ISBN 86-07-00001-2 Jovan Đ. Marković (1990): Enciklopedijski geografski leksikon Jugoslavije; Svjetlost-Sarajevo; ISBN 86-01-02651-6 Gavrilovic, Zoran; Matovic, Zivorad (January 1991). Armanini, Aronne; Silvio, Giampaolo, eds. "Review of disastrous torrent flood on the vlasina river on June 26, 1988". Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences, Berlin Springer Verlag. 37: 235–250. Bibcode:1991LNES...37..235G. doi:10.1007

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