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Kurówka is a river in South-East Poland, a right tributary of Vistula River. Its length is approximately 50 kilometres and its basin covers roughly 395.4 km². Its source is located near the village of Piotrowice Wielkie and it joins Vistula in Puławy. Among the notable villages located along the river are Garbów, Markuszów, Kurów and Końskowola.
|Progression||Vistula→ Baltic Sea|
Because the nitrogen production plant in Puławy uses the river as the main source of water, it was canalized and separated from Vistula by a system of dams and water gates. Apart from smaller streams, the river has two main tributaries: right tributary named Białka (sometimes referred to as Bielkowa), and left tributary named Garbówka (sometimes referred to as Struga Kurowska).
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