slovensko SLOVENIA SLOVENIAN ISTRIA GEOGRAFIJA - GEOGRAPHY (EROZIJA /EROSION) 2006 PROSTORSKE FOTOGRAFIJE 360°SURROUND PHOTOGRAPHY
Boštjan Burger

Dragonja River

Dragonja (slovene text) is the river of the Slovene Istria with the outflow to Adriatic Sea at Piran Bay. The river is the only, with the most of the stream preserved Slovene River with its original natural habitat.
Profil strugeGradient of Dragonja River.
Tributaries of Dragonja River (from spring to the outflow into the sea):
Left tributaries
Potok pod Butari: 1.319 m
Potok pod Velim vrhom: 1.301 m
Stranica: 2.772 m
Potok pod Ravnim brdom: 801 m
Poto pod Vrhom: 679 m
Valica: 1.750 m
Pasjak: 2.235 m
Pod Velo Boško (1): 252 m
Pod Velo Boško (2): 579 m
Jamarščica: 835 m
Pod Bričem: 728 m
Mrtvec: 705 m
Poganja (Argila): 1.249 m

The total lenght of the left ributaries: ll: 11.205 m

Right tributaries
*Podčebrovec: 1.509 m
Mlaka: 2.501 m
Škedanec: 387 m
Dernarnik: 4.406 m
Truški potok: 2.539 m
Bržanski potok: 1.926 m
Potok pod Bratali: 1.362 m
Martinjski žleb: 890 m
Potok pod Peskovljem: 1.055 m
Potok pod Pleševico: 801 m
Pinjevec: 13.163 m
Supot: 2.977 m
Ropača : 871 m
Potok pod Brnjico: 2.369 m
Potok: 659 m
Pod Brestom: 631 m
Feneda: 4.093 m
Mačkovljek: 1.565 m
Pritok z golega vrha 1.129 m
The total lenght of the right tirbutaries: ld: 44.833 m
Uvod - Prologue

(c) Boštjan Burger, (1993) 1996-2018