Sâva River

The Sâva River is a tributary of the Cosău River in Romania.

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Sava - Economy - Electric Power Generation
... power plants with power generation capacity exceeding 10 Megawatts in the Sava River basin ... approximately 3.3 cubic kilometres (0.79 cubic miles) of water per year in the river's basin is used to cool thermoelectric and nuclear power plants ... As of October 2012, there are six existing hydroelectric power plants built along the Sava River ...
Sava - Watershed - Major Tributaries
... The most important tributaries of the Sava River found in its upper basin are characterized by relatively steep grades of flow, high flow velocities and rapids ... Further downstream larger rivers empty into the Sava, as the right bank of the basin grows steadily ... The Bosna and the Kupa river basins are the second and third largest catchments of the Sava tributaries, each surpassing 10,000 square kilometres (3,900 square miles) in size ...
Theme Of Sirmium - History
... to some sources, theme included region of Syrmia (on the northern bank of the Sava river) as well as parts of modern Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina on the southern bank of the Sava river, while, according ... was used as a designation for territories on the both banks of the river Sava, while later, designations "Syrmia on this side" (in the north of the Sava river) and "Syrmia ...

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