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Drave (German Drau, Slovenian Drava, Hungarian Dráva) is a river in eastern Central Europe, flowing East from Alto Adige, Italy through Carinthia, Austria, and Slovenia (145 km) then southeast, forming part of the Croatian-Hungarian border before joining the Danube near Osijek. Length: 725 km (450 mi).

Drave flows through Lienz[?], Spittal[?], Villach, Ferlach[?] in Austria, Dravograd[?], Vuzenica[?], Muta, Maribor, Ptuj[?], Ormož[?] in Slovenia, Varaždin[?] in Croatia, and Barcs[?] in Hungary. Drave is navigable (about 90 km) from Čađavica in Croatia to its outfall. Main right tributaries of Drava are: Gail[?] (Zilja), Mislinja[?], Dravinja[?], Bednja[?] and the left one Gurk (Krka) and Mura[?] (Mur).

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