Rijeka Crnojevića (river)

The Rijeka Crnojevića (Serbian Cyrillic: Ријека Црнојевића, lit. "River of Crnojević") is a river in Montenegro, emerging just above and running through the eponymous town, close to the northeastern shores of Lake Skadar.

Rijeka Crnojevića
Crnojevica rijeka.jpg
Location
CountryMontenegro
Physical characteristics
Source 
 • coordinates42°21′08″N 19°00′28″E / 42.3520902°N 19.007678°E / 42.3520902; 19.007678
Mouth 
 • location
Lake Skadar
 • coordinates
42°18′31″N 19°05′18″E / 42.3085°N 19.0882°E / 42.3085; 19.0882Coordinates: 42°18′31″N 19°05′18″E / 42.3085°N 19.0882°E / 42.3085; 19.0882
Length12.3 km (7.6 mi)
Basin features
ProgressionLake SkadarBojanaAdriatic Sea

Its length is 12.3km. The spring of Rijeka Crnojevića is located 2.5km south-west from Rijeka Crnojevića town, under the cave in Obod hill, which is 420m high.[1]

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Franetović-Bûre, Dinko (1960). Historija pomorstva i ribarstva Crne Gore do 1918 godine. p. 102. Dužina telca Rijeke Crnojevića iznosi 12,3 km