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Warta River

Warta is a river in western Poland, a tributary of the Odra. With a length of approximately 808 kilometers it is the country's third longest river. It is connected to the Vistula by the river Notec[?] and the Bydgoszcz Canal. One of its major tributaries is Listwarta[?], named after the village, Lisów[?]. Major cities on the river are: Czestochowa, Sieradz[?], Kolo[?], Konin, Srem[?], Poznan and Wronki[?].

See also: Greater Poland, Poznan, Geography of Poland

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