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Klarälven (Sweden and Norway)

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Geographic headingKlarälven (Sweden and Norway)
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Geographic subdivision usageKlarälven (Sweden and Norway)
Variant(s)Elfwen River (Sweden and Norway)
Femundelva (Sweden and Norway)
Klar River (Sweden and Norway)
Klara River (Sweden and Norway)
Klaran River (Sweden and Norway)
Storä River (Sweden and Norway)
Storan River (Sweden and Norway)
Trysilelv (Sweden and Norway)
Trysilelva (Sweden and Norway)
Trysilelven (Sweden and Norway)
Tryssilelven (Sweden and Norway)
See alsoRivers--Norway
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Found inKlarälven, 2011: p. 7 (Klarälven; one of the most famous rivers in Sweden; with Göta älv constitutes Sweden's longest river; 300 years ago on the Swedish side it was called Storä, Storan, Klaran, or Elfwen)
: GeoNames, May 30, 2013 (Klarälven; stream in Sweden; variant name: Trysilelva; 59°23ʹ00ʺN 024°24ʹ00ʺE)
Wikipedia (Klarälven; "the clear river" in Swedish; river flowing through Norway and Sweden; emanates from Lake Rogen in Härjedalen, Sweden, passes through the Norwegian Hedmark, where it flows through the lake Femunden, and it is known as Femundelva and Trysilelva; the longest part flows through Värmland to ultimately discharge in a delta into Vänern at Karlstad)
Webster's new geographical dictionary (Klar; river; SE cen. Norway and W Sweden; av. 215 m. long; rises in SE cen. Norway, flows S across Swedish border into Lake Vänern)
Swedish gazetteer WWW site, May 30, 2013 (Klarälven; river; Värmland)
Not found inColumbia gazetteer; Britannica online, July 5, 2013