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Sillaro

Sillaro
Origin Sasso di San Zenobi, Tuscany
Mouth Reno, Emilia-Romagna
Basin countries Italy
Length 66 km / 41 mi
Source elevation about 800 m above sea level
Mouth elevation 14 m above sea level
Avg. discharge 4 m²/s
Basin area about 300 km²

The Sillaro river (Latin Silarus) is a 66 km-long Italian stream, whose headwaters are by the village of Piancaldoli (Firenzuola, Firenze), in Tuscany. It runs northeast through the city of Castel San Pietro Terme, Province of Bologna in Emilia Romagna and ends as a tributary of the Reno River by the village of San Biagio di Argenta, Province of Ferrara. Historically its course formed the boundary between Emilia and Romagna.


Coordinates: 44°34′43″N 11°52′17″E / 44.5786°N 11.8714°E / 44.5786; 11.8714


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