Rivers flowing to the North Sea (Elbe basin)
What rivers run through the Czech Republic?
The Czech Republic is situated at the roof of Europe and its waters are drained through rivers into three different seas. The majority of the territory is drained by the Elbe and Oder to the North and Baltic Seas. The Morava River drains almost 28 % of the country to the Danube.
How many rivers does the Czech Republic have?
Being an inland country in Central Europe with rugged relief and located on the main European divide of three seas, the Czech Republic has no other source of water than precipitation. Four major rivers and their numerous tributaries drain the Czech Republic and flow into the Black Sea, the Baltic Sea and the North Sea.
What major bodies of water are in Czech Republic?
The divide among the main watersheds of Europe passes through the Czech Republic (the North, Baltic and Black Seas).
Which river in Europe is the busiest?
Which of the following is the busiest navigable river of the world? The Rhine, which flows in Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Austria, Germany, France and Netherlands, is the most important and busiest waterway in Europe.
What country does the Oder river flow through?
The Oder rises in the Czech Republic and flows 742 kilometres (461 mi) through western Poland, later forming 187 kilometres (116 mi) of the border between Poland and Germany as part of the Oder–Neisse line.
How is Prague pronounced?
Czech Pra·ha [prah-hah].