Hudinja (river)

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Hudinja
Hudinja vojnik2007.jpg
Hudinja in Vojnik
Country Slovenia
Physical characteristics
River mouth Voglajna
46°13′57″N 15°16′39″E / 46.2324°N 15.2775°E / 46.2324; 15.2775Coordinates: 46°13′57″N 15°16′39″E / 46.2324°N 15.2775°E / 46.2324; 15.2775
Length 32 km (20 mi) [1]
Basin features
Progression VoglajnaSavinjaSavaDanubeBlack Sea
Basin size 207 km2 (80 sq mi) [1]

The Hudinja (pronounced [xuˈdiːnja]) is a river in Styria, Slovenia. The river is 32 kilometres (20 mi) in length.[1] Its source is on the Pohorje Massif southwest of Mount Rogla, about 1380 m above sea level,[1] near the source of Dravinja River. The river passes Vitanje, Socka Castle, Vojnik, and Celje, where it flows into the Voglajna. A district of Celje also named Hudinja lies on the river.

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