What Is the Longest River in Italy?

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Po River also known as River Padus in Latin is the longest river in Italy. It runs through the Western frontier of Italy and empties into the Adriatic Sea running a total course of 652 kilometres. The river covers a drainage basin of 70,091 square km.
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The Po River is known as the longest river in Italy. It flows either 652 kilometres or 405 miles/ 682 kilometres or 424 miles considering the length of the Maira which is a right bank tributary eastward across northern Italy.
The longest river in Italy would be the Po. It is 424 miles long and at its widest with, is 1,650 feet. The Po is subject to heavy flooding and about half of it is controlled by dikes.
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