Position of the Senio
The Senio at Palazzuolo sul Senio
The Senio is a 92 km river with length in the province of Ravenna in Italy.
He is the last right tributary of the Reno before it empties into the Adriatic Sea. The water flow varies between 0.3 and about 500 cubic meters per second with an average of 10 cubic meters. He entspring in the Tuscan- Romagnolo Apennines near the mountain Carzolano in the Province of Florence and opens 6 km northeast of Alfonsine in Reno. In 1797 he was the scene of many battles between the French and Papal troops. Fights between Germans and Allies were held here also in the Second World War.
The Romans called the river Simnius.
- River system Reno
- River in Europe
- River in Tuscany
- Flow in the Emilia- Romagna