The Avisio is an 89.4-kilometre-long (55.6 mi) Italian stream (a torrente), a left tributary of the Adige, whose course is in Trentino.

Avisio
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The Avisio river in Moena, in northern Italy
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The course of the Avisio
Location
CountryItaly
Physical characteristics
Source 
 • locationMarmolada
 • elevation2,057 m (6,749 ft)
MouthAdige
 • coordinates
46°07′25″N 11°04′57″E / 46.1237°N 11.0826°E / 46.1237; 11.0826Coordinates: 46°07′25″N 11°04′57″E / 46.1237°N 11.0826°E / 46.1237; 11.0826
Length89.4 km (55.6 mi)
Basin size936.57 square kilometres (361.61 sq mi)
Discharge 
 • average23.5 cubic metres per second (830 cu ft/s)
Basin features
ProgressionAdigeAdriatic Sea

It rises from Marmolada and runs through the Fascia Valley, the Fiemme Valley and the Cembra Valley before joining the Adige in the town of Lavis, a small town 8 kilometres (5 mi) north of Trento.

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