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List of rivers of Estonia

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List of rivers of Estonia

Pärnu River flowing past Laupa manor house

Rivers of Estonia are short and mostly have small discharge. Only 10 rivers are longer than 100 km. The largest river is Narva (length 77 km) on the Estonian-Russian border, whose average discharge is larger than that of all other rivers combined.

Contents

  • Longest rivers 1
  • A 2
  • E 3
  • G 4
  • H 5
  • J 6
  • K 7
  • L 8
  • M 9
  • N 10
  • O 11
  • P 12
  • R 13
  • S 14
  • T 15
  • U 16
  • V 17
  • References 18

Longest rivers

# Name Length (km) Basin (km2)
1. Võhandu 162 1,420
2. Pärnu 144 6,920
3. Põltsamaa 135 1,310
4. Pedja 122 2,710
5. Keila 116 682
6. Kasari 112 3,210
7. Piusa 109 796
8. Pirita 105 799
9. Emajõgi 101 9,740
10. Navesti 100 3,000

A

Aavoja - Agali - Ahja - Alajõgi - Allika - Ambla - Amme - Angerja stream - Antsla - Apna - Ärma - Aruküla - Atla - Audru - Avaste stream - Avijõgi

E

Emajõgi - Elbu - Elva - Enge - Ema - Esna

G

Gorodenka

H

Häädemeeste - Haavakivi - Halliste - Härjapea - Harku stream - Helme - Hilba - Humalaste - Hundikuristiku stream - Hüüru

J

Jaama (Struuga) - Jägala - Jänijõgi - Järveotsa stream - Jõelähtme - Jõku - Jurga stream - Juudaoja

K

Kääpa - Kalita stream - Kalli - Kargaja - Kärla - Käru - Kasari - Kata - Katku stream - Kavilda - Keila - Kloostri - Kodila - Kohtra - Kolga - Kolga stream - Kõpu - Koosa - Kroodi stream - Kuivajõgi - Kuke - Külge stream - Kulgu - Kullavere - Kunda - Kurina - Kurna stream - Kuura

L

Laatre - Laeva - Lahavere stream - Lähkma - Leevi - Leisi - Lemmejõgi - Lemmjõgi - Liivi - Lintsi - Lodja stream - Loo - Loobu - Lõve - Luguse - Luutsna

M

Maadevahe - Mädajõgi - Mädara - Mähe stream - Maidla - Massu - Mõra - Munalaskme stream - Mustajõgi - Mustjõgi (Endla) - Mustjõgi (Gauja basin) - Mustjõgi (Jägala basin) - Mustjõgi (Tallinn) - Mustoja (Lahemaa) - Mustvee - Muuga stream

N

Nahavere stream - Naravere stream - Narva - Nasva - Nõva - Nurtu - Navesti - Nuutri

O

Õhne - onga - Orajõgi

P

Paadrema - Paala - Pääsküla - Pada - Pala - Pale - Paltra - Pärlijõgi - Pärnu - Pede - Pedeli - Pedja - Peeda - Peetri - Penijõgi - Piigaste stream - Piilsi - Pikknurme - Pirita - Piusa - Põduste - Põltsamaa - Porijõgi - Poruni - Prandi - Preedi - Pühajõgi (Ida-Virumaa) - Pühajõgi (Saaremaa) - Punapea - Purtse

R

Raasiku (Jõelähtme) - Rannametsa - Rannamõisa - Rannapungerja - Räpu - Raudna - Reiu - Reopalu - Retla - Riguldi

S

Saarjõgi - Saki - Saku (Vääna) - Salajõgi - Salla - Salme - Sämi - Sauga - Selja - Sigaste stream - Sillaorsa - Sitapätsi - Sõmeru - Soodla - Sõtke - Struuga (Jaama) - Surju stream - Surjupera stream - Suuremõisa

T

Taebla - Tagajõgi - Tänassilma - Tarvastu - Tatra - Teenuse - Timmkanal - Tirtsi - Tiskre stream - Tõdva - Tõlla stream - Toolse - Topi - Tori - Tõrvajõgi - Tõrvanõmme stream - Tõstamaa - Treppoja - Tuhala - Tuudi

U

Ulila - Umbusi - Ura - Uueveski stream - Uruste Oja

V

Vääna - Vaemla - Vaidava - Väike Emajõgi - Vainupea - Valgejõgi - Valuoja - Vändra - Vara stream - Vardi - Vardja - Varsaallika stream - Värska stream - Vasalemma - Vaskjõgi - Veelikse stream - Velise - Vigala - Vihterpalu - Visela - Visula - Vodja - Võhandu - Võhkse - Võhu - Võlupe - Vorsti - Võsu

References

  • Estonica: The hydrographic network
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