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The Margorabbia is the river (intermittent stream) of Valtravaglia, a valley in the province of Varese, Lombardy, Italy. It is a tributary of the Tresa which it joins a few hundred metres upstream of Lake Maggiore. The source is near Valganna. After forming a number of small lakes, including Lago di Ganna and Lago di Ghirla, its course continues through the Prealps of Varese until near Cunardo it is swallowed up by a system of caves: Pont Niv, Antro dei Morti, Grotte di Villa Radaelli and Grotte del Traforo.

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  • Die Margorabbia ist ein rund 19 km langer Nebenfluss der Tresa in der Provinz Varese in der Lombardei, Italien. Die Margorabbia entspringt nahe Valganna. Danach bildet die Margorabbia eine Anzahl kleiner Seen, darunter den und den Lago di Ghirla. In der Nähe von Cunardo fließt der Fluss bis nach Ferrera di Varese unterirdisch durch die Höhlen Pont Niv, Antro dei Morti, Grotte di Villa Radaelli und Grotte del Traforo. Die Margorabbia besitzt eine Vielzahl von Nebenflüssen. Die größten sind von links die Rancina und die Gesone und von rechts die Boggione, die Lisascora und die Grantorella. (de)
  • The Margorabbia is the river (intermittent stream) of Valtravaglia, a valley in the province of Varese, Lombardy, Italy. It is a tributary of the Tresa which it joins a few hundred metres upstream of Lake Maggiore. The source is near Valganna. After forming a number of small lakes, including Lago di Ganna and Lago di Ghirla, its course continues through the Prealps of Varese until near Cunardo it is swallowed up by a system of caves: Pont Niv, Antro dei Morti, Grotte di Villa Radaelli and Grotte del Traforo. It emerges from underground near Ferrera di Varese and runs through the Valtravaglia crossing the valley’s communes of Grantola, Mesenzana and Germignaga. A cycle path has recently been constructed along this part of the river. The torrent has many affluents. The most important left side tributaries are the Rancina, the Boesio and the Gesone; from the right it receives the waters of the Boggione, the Lisascora and the Grantorella. Thanks to the wet and karstic areas it traverses, the Margorabbia has a generally high discharge and dries up far less frequently than many torrents. These feature made it a useful source of power for the mills and factories which grew up along its banks. The power hammers of Ghirla in the commune of Valganna are particularly well known. The river is subject to sudden and dramatic increases in its flow, becoming truly ‘torrential’. Very often bridges have been destroyed, or it has broken its banks and caused severe flooding in the Valtraviglia. Today many artificial embankments have been constructed along the Margorabbia for the purposes of flood protection. (en)
  • Il Margorabbia è un torrente situato in provincia di Varese. (it)
  • 馬爾戈拉比亞河(意大利語:Margorabbia)是意大利的河流,位於該國北部倫巴底,屬於特雷薩河的支流,河道全長18.7公里,平均流量每秒3.5立方米,發源自瓦爾甘納,河口處在盧伊諾。 (zh)
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  • The Margorabbia in Mesenzana (en)
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  • The river Tresa, just before it enters Lake Maggiore at Luino (en)
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  • Margorabbia (en)
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  • Die Margorabbia ist ein rund 19 km langer Nebenfluss der Tresa in der Provinz Varese in der Lombardei, Italien. Die Margorabbia entspringt nahe Valganna. Danach bildet die Margorabbia eine Anzahl kleiner Seen, darunter den und den Lago di Ghirla. In der Nähe von Cunardo fließt der Fluss bis nach Ferrera di Varese unterirdisch durch die Höhlen Pont Niv, Antro dei Morti, Grotte di Villa Radaelli und Grotte del Traforo. Die Margorabbia besitzt eine Vielzahl von Nebenflüssen. Die größten sind von links die Rancina und die Gesone und von rechts die Boggione, die Lisascora und die Grantorella. (de)
  • Il Margorabbia è un torrente situato in provincia di Varese. (it)
  • 馬爾戈拉比亞河(意大利語:Margorabbia)是意大利的河流,位於該國北部倫巴底,屬於特雷薩河的支流,河道全長18.7公里,平均流量每秒3.5立方米,發源自瓦爾甘納,河口處在盧伊諾。 (zh)
  • The Margorabbia is the river (intermittent stream) of Valtravaglia, a valley in the province of Varese, Lombardy, Italy. It is a tributary of the Tresa which it joins a few hundred metres upstream of Lake Maggiore. The source is near Valganna. After forming a number of small lakes, including Lago di Ganna and Lago di Ghirla, its course continues through the Prealps of Varese until near Cunardo it is swallowed up by a system of caves: Pont Niv, Antro dei Morti, Grotte di Villa Radaelli and Grotte del Traforo. (en)
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