The Lėvuo is a river in Northern Lithuania, a right tributary of the river Mūša.[1] Lėvuo is 148 kilometres long. In 1931 Sanžilė channel, connecting Lėvuo and Nevėžis rivers was built. Biggest tributary rivers of Lėvuo are Mituva, Svalia, Kupa and Viešinta.

Lėvuo
Levuo Akmeniai.jpg
Lėvuo near Akmeniai village
Location
CountryLithuania
Physical characteristics
Source 
 • locationKupiškis district
MouthMūša
 • coordinates
56°05′02″N 24°25′36″E / 56.0840°N 24.4267°E / 56.0840; 24.4267Coordinates: 56°05′02″N 24°25′36″E / 56.0840°N 24.4267°E / 56.0840; 24.4267
Length148 km (92 mi)
Basin size1,588 km2 (613 sq mi)
Discharge 
 • average9.02 m3/s (319 cu ft/s)
Basin features
ProgressionMūšaLielupeBaltic Sea
Tributaries 
 • leftKupa, Viešinta
 • rightSvalia

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