Reka (Pšata)

Reka (also known as Brnik Creek)[1] is a right tributary of the Pšata River in Slovenia. It is formed by the confluence of two smaller creeks flowing from the Luknja Gorge (Slovene: Lukenjski graben) and Brezovec Gorge (Slovene: Brezovški graben) below Mount Krvavec. It flows south through Cerklje na Gorenjskem.[2] South of that, it is joined by a right tributary, Ušica Creek, before it joins the Pšata River at Komenda.[3]

Reka
Reka in Dvorje
Location
CountrySlovenia
Physical characteristics
Source 
  locationEast of Štefanja Gora in the Kamnik–Savinja Alps
Mouth 
  location
Pšata in Komenda
  coordinates
46.2043°N 14.5415°E / 46.2043; 14.5415
Basin features
ProgressionPšataKamnik BistricaSavaDanubeBlack Sea

References

  1. Žalar, Andrej. 2012. Stoletne vode so spremenile ime. Aplenca. Glasilo občine Komenda. 21(11) (23 November): 2−3.
  2. Stiplovšek, Miroslav. 1988. Cerklje na Gorenjskem. Enciklopedija Slovenije, vol. 2, p. 37. Ljubljana: Mladinska knjiga.
  3. Savnik, Roman, ed. 1971. Krajevni leksikon Slovenije, vol. 2. Ljubljana: Državna založba Slovenije. p. 185.


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