Sutjeska River - before entering Sutjeska River canyon
|Country||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Progression||Drina→ Sava→ Danube→ Black Sea|
The Sutjeska (Serbian Cyrillic: Сутјеска; pronounced [sûtjɛska]) is a 35 km-long river in eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is a tributary of the Drina river, which it meets south of Foča. The literal meaning of "sutjeska" is "gorge, canyon".
The Sutjeska River could be considered main river basin largely located within Sutjeska National Park itself. The Sutjeska divides Zelengora Mountain from Maglić, Volujak and Bioč mountains, and has carved impressive canyon 3,936 feet (1,200 m) deep, and Tjentište valley through the middle of the park.
Tributaries of the Sutjeska are:
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