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Prizren Bistrica

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Basin size  158 km (61 sq mi)
Basin area  158 km²
Mouth  White Drin
Bridges  Stone Bridge
Length  18 km
Source  Mokra Gora
Country  Kosovo
Prizren Bistrica wwwkosmetzadecuedursimageprizrenskabistrica
Main source  Mokra mountain, near the Serbian-Montenegrin border, Kosovo
River mouth  White Drin, south of Klina, Kosovo

The Prizren Bistrica or Prizren Lumbardhi (Serbian Cyrillic: Бистрица; Albanian: Lumi i Bardhë) is a river in Kosovo. It flows through the villages of Sredska and Prizren, and empties into the White Drin river. It is 18 km (11 mi) long, and has a drainage basin of 158 km2 (61 sq mi).

Map of Bistrica

The name Bistrica means "clearwater" in Serbian. The adjective Prizrenska, "of Prizren", is added to distinguish it from other Bistrica rivers in the Metohija region: Dečanska Bistrica ("of Dečani"), Pećka Bistrica ("of Peć"), Kožnjarska Bistrica ("of Kožnjar"), Loćanska Bistrica ("of Loćan"), etc.

References

Prizren Bistrica Wikipedia


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