|• location||Low Beskids|
|Joins the Latorica to form the Bodrog|
|100 m (330 ft)|
|Length||142 km (88 mi)|
|Basin size||3,355 km2 (1,295 sq mi)|
|• average||22.6 m3/s (800 cu ft/s)|
|Progression||Bodrog→ Tisza→ Danube→ Black Sea|
The Ondava is a river in eastern Slovakia, the northern source river of the Bodrog. Its source is in the Low Beskids (Eastern Carpathian Mountains), near the village Nižná Polianka, close to the border with Poland. The Ondava flows south through the towns Svidník, Stropkov and Trhovište, and through the Ondavská Highlands. It is 142 km (88 mi) long and its basin size is 3,355 km2 (1,295 sq mi).
- Major left tributaries – Mirošovec, Ladomírka, Chotčianka, Brusnička, Oľka and Ondavka.
- Major right tributary – Topľa.
- Plán manažmentu povodňového rizikavčiastkovom povodí Bodrogu, p. 51
- Danube Facts and Figures – The Slovak Republic (March 2007). (.pdf). Retrieved October 30, 2007.
- Geographical coverage of the Bodrog River Basin District and list of appropriate competent authorities. (.doc)[permanent dead link]. Retrieved October 30, 2007.