Savinja River

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The Savinja is a river in north Slovenia, a left tributary of the Sava river of length 96 km. It origins in the Rinka Waterfall in the Savinja Alps (Slovenian: Savinjske Alpe) and flows into the Sava river at Zidani Most. It flows through Luče, Ljubno, Mozirje, Celje and Laško.

The main tributaries of the Savinja are the Lučnica river, the Ljubnica river, the Paka river, the Ložnica river and the Voglajna river.