Thaya River near Znojmo

River in Central Europe, the longest tributary to the river Morava.

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Town in the South Moravian Region of the Czech Republic.

Column commemorating the plague
Rotunda of Saint Catherine
Znojmo Town Hall Tower
Louka Monastery
Church of Saint Nicholas

The town is situated on a rock outcropping on the steep left bank of the Thaya River, about 55 km southwest of the regional capital Brno.

South Moravian Region

Administrative unit (kraj) of the Czech Republic, located in the south-western part of its historical region of Moravia ( an exception is Jobova Lhota which traditionally belongs to Bohemia).

Office towers in Brno
Boskovice castle
Grapes in Pálava region
Lednice Château
Macocha Gorge
Traditional Moravian band
Pálava Landscape Park
Podyjí National Park
Punkva Caves in Moravian Karst
Špilberk Castle in Brno
Villa Tugendhat in Brno
Valtice Castle
Vranov nad Dyjí

The point with the lowest elevation (150 m) is situated in Břeclav District at the meeting of the rivers Morava and Dyje.

Morava (river)

River in Central Europe, a left tributary of the Danube.

Skeletons of a family (9th century BC) of the Urnfield culture site at Stillfried
An allegorical representation of Morava at Schloss Hof in Austria
The flood of 1997 in Uherské Hradiště
The source of the Morava on Králický Sněžník
The confluence of the Morava and the Danube
Morava in Olomouc
Thaya-Morava confluence - intersection of three borders, Austrian, Czech and Slovak
Flooded forest
Flooded meadow
One of many oxbow lakes of the Morava
Nature park Strážnické Pomoraví in Czech Republic, one of several protected natural areas along the Morava

The river's longest tributary by far is the Thaya (in German) or Dyje (in Czech), flowing in at the tripoint of Austria, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.


Town in the South Moravian Region of the Czech Republic.

Archaeological site of Pohansko
The former synagogue
Church of Saint Wenceslaus
Pohansko Castle
Main post office
Church of the Visitation of Our Lady in Poštorná
Chapel of Saints Cyril and Methodius
Chapel of Saint Rochus
Apollo Temple

It lies on the Thaya River.


Historical region in the east of the Czech Republic and one of three historical Czech lands, with Bohemia and Czech Silesia.

Rolling hills of the Králický Sněžník massif, Horní Morava, near the border with Bohemia
Šance Dam on the Ostravice River in the Moravian-Silesian Beskids; the river forms the border with Silesia.
Steppe landscape near Mohelno
Venus of Vestonice, the oldest surviving ceramic figurine in the world
Pálava mountains with Věstonice Reservoir, area of palaeolithic settlement
Territory of Great Moravia in the 9th century: area ruled by Rastislav (846–870) map marks the greatest territorial extent during the reign of Svatopluk I (871–894), violet core is origin of Moravia.
Saint Wenceslas Cathedral in Olomouc, seat of bishops of Olomouc since the 10th century and the current seat of the Archbishopric of Olomouc, the Metropolitan archdiocese of Moravia
Moravian nationality, as declared by people in the 1991 census
Moravian Slovak costumes (worn by men and women) during the Jízda králů ("Ride of the Kings") Festival held annually in the village of Vlčnov (southeastern Moravia)
Old ethnic division of Moravians according to an encyclopaedia of 1878
Lednice Castle
Punkevní Cave in the Moravian Karst
Bohemia and Moravia in the 12th century
Church of St. Thomas in Brno, mausoleum of Moravian branch House of Luxembourg, rulers of Moravia; and the old governor's palace, a former Augustinian abbey
12th century Romanesque St. Procopius Basilica in Třebíč
The Moravian banner of arms, which first appeared in the medieval era<ref>{{cite conference|first1 = Zbyšek|last1 = Svoboda|first2 = Pavel|last2 = Fojtík|first3 = Petr|last3 = Exner|first4 = Jaroslav|last4 = Martykán|title = Odborné vexilologické stanovisko k moravské vlajce|book-title = Vexilologie. Zpravodaj České vexilologické společnosti, o.s. č. 169|pages = 3319, 3320|publisher = Česká vexilologická společnost|date = 2013|location = Brno|url =}}</ref><ref>{{cite conference|first = František|last = Pícha|title = Znaky a prapory v kronice Ottokara Štýrského|book-title = Vexilologie. Zpravodaj České vexilologické společnosti, o.s. č. 169|pages = 3320–3324|publisher = Česká vexilologická společnost|date = 2013|location = Brno|url =}}</ref>
Habsburg Empire Crown lands: growth of the Habsburg territories and Moravia's status
Administrative division of Moravia as crown land of Austria in 1893
Jan Černý, president of Moravia in 1922–1926, later also Prime Minister of Czechoslovakia
A general map of Moravia in the 1920s
In 1928, Moravia was merged into Moravia-Silesia, one of four lands of Czechoslovakia, together with Bohemia, Slovakia and Subcarpathian Rus.
The Tatra 77 (1934)
WIKOV Supersport (1931)
Thonet No. 14 chair
The speed train Tatra M 290.0 Slovenská strela 1936
Zlín XIII aircraft on display at the National Technical Museum in Prague
Zetor 25A tractor
Gregor Mendel
František Palacký
Jaromír Mundy
Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk
Leoš Janáček
Sigmund Freud
Edmund Husserl
Alphonse Mucha
Adolf Loos
Tomáš Baťa
Kurt Gödel
Emil Zátopek
Milan Kundera
Ivan Lendl

The Thaya river meanders along the border with Austria and the tripoint of Moravia, Austria and Slovakia is at the confluence of the Thaya and Morava rivers.

Lower Austria

One of the nine states of Austria, located in the northeastern corner of the country.

Kamp river below the Rosenburg
March river with riparian forest
View of Krems (left) at the end of Wachau valley; Danube river in the center
Map of Lower Austria showing districts and the four quarters (Waldviertel in green, Weinviertel in red, Mostviertel in yellow, and Industrieviertel in blue)

The most important rivers north of the Danube (on its left bank) are the Ysper, Kamp, Krems, Lainsitz, March and Thaya.


In geography, a confluence (also: conflux) occurs where two or more flowing bodies of water join to form a single channel.

Confluence of the Bhagirathi and Alaknanda Rivers to produce the Ganges at Devprayag, India
The same confluence viewed from upstream at a different time; note the swirl of sediment from the Alaknanda.
Hydrodynamic features of a river/flume confluence can be separated into six identifiable distinct zones, also called confluence flow zones.
The fountain at Point State Park in Pittsburgh, at the apex of the confluence of the Allegheny (top) and the Monongahela
The White Nile and Blue Nile merge at Khartoum; April 2013 satellite view
The Nam Khan flows into the Mekong at Luang Prabang in Laos
The confluence of the Jialing and the Yangtze in Chongqing. The Yangtze flows left to right across the bottom of the image.
The Seine becomes a single channel at the west end of the Île de la Cité in Paris. The Pont Neuf can be seen.
The Mosel flows into the Rhine at Koblenz.
The triple confluence in Passau; from left to right, the Inn, the Danube, and the Ilz.
Confluence of Oka and Volga rivers
The confluence of the Allegheny and Monongahela at Pittsburgh, forming the Ohio
The Ohio flows into the Mississippi at Cairo.
The Rideau Falls in Ottawa, where the Rideau River tumbles into Ottawa River at its mouth.
The confluence of the Rio Negro (black) and the Rio Solimões (turbid) near Manaus, Brazil.
Confluence of canals
This simplified diagram shows how a section of the Industrial Canal in New Orleans also serves as the channel for the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway and the Mississippi River-Gulf Outlet Canal. At the bottom, a portion of the Intracoastal is also shown to be "confluent" with the Mississippi River.

The Thaya flows into the Morava in a rural location near Hohenau an der March in Austria, forming the tripoint of Austria, Czechia, and Slovakia.

Svratka (river)

River in the South Moravian Region of the Czech Republic.


It rises in the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands, converges with the Svitava in Brno, and flows into the Dyje (Thaya) a near Mikulov.

Raabs an der Thaya

Der Thaya is a municipality with 3,114 inhabitants in Waidhofen an der Thaya in the Waldviertel of Lower Austria, near the Austrian border with the Czech Republic.

The German Thaya and the Moravian Thaya unite to form the Thaya at Raabs.

Laa an der Thaya

Der Thaya is a town in the Mistelbach District of Lower Austria in Austria, near the Czech border.

Laa Castle
St Vitus Church
Military cemetery

The town is located in the northern Weinviertel region, near the Thaya river, directly at the border with South Moravia.