Vladayska river (Bulgarian: Владайска река) is a tribuary to the Iskar river which originates in Vitosha, passes through several neighbourhoods of Sofia and joins the Iskar river east of the city. It is not a real river but a larger creek. The name of the river comes from the village of Vladaya lying south of Sofia at the South-western slope of Vitosha. The river rises near to Vladaya and enters Sofia at Knyajevo. After about 5 kilometers in the city the river is captured by a canal and goes into underground pipes at Stochna gara close to the centre of Sofia. The Iskar (Bulgarian: ÐÑÐºÑÑ; Latin Oescus) is the longest river in Bulgaria, a right tributary of the Danube. ... The Iskar (Bulgarian: ÐÑÐºÑÑ; Latin Oescus) is the longest river in Bulgaria, a right tributary of the Danube. ...
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