Tammaro

The Tammaro (Tàmmaro) is a river in southwestern Italy, with a length of 78 kilometres (48 mi) and catchment area of 673 square kilometres (260 sq mi).[1] It rises in the Sella del Vinchiaturo in the Apennine Mountains and is a tributary of the Calore Irpino river. In ancient times it was known by the Latin name Tamarus.

Tammaro
Fiume Tammaro (edited).jpg
Location
CountryMolise and Campania, southern Italy
Physical characteristics
Source 
 • locationSella di Vinchiaturo
 • elevation558 m (1,831 ft)
MouthCalore Irpino
 • coordinates
41°08′48″N 14°49′55″E / 41.1466°N 14.8320°E / 41.1466; 14.8320Coordinates: 41°08′48″N 14°49′55″E / 41.1466°N 14.8320°E / 41.1466; 14.8320
Length78 km (48 mi)
Basin size793 km2 (306 sq mi)
Basin features
ProgressionCalore IrpinoVolturnoTyrrhenian Sea

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