Blagoevgrad-Bistrita (the old name is Gornodzhumaisk-Bistrita ) is a river in the Blagoevgrad region of Bulgaria , the left tributary of the Struma . Its length is about 41 km,  and its catchment area is 206.5  (according to other sources - 234  ) km². The average annual water discharge in the river is equal to 2,631 m³ / s, of which 1.4 m³ / s is the rainfall  .
|bolg Blagoevgrad Bistritsa|
|Water flow||2,631 m³ / s|
|• Height||2385 m|
|Water system||Struma → Aegean Sea|
|- source - mouth|
The source of the river is located at the top of the Golyam-Swords mountain range of Rila , at an altitude of about 2385 meters above sea level  . Blagoevgrad Bistrita flows to the west with a slight bias to the south, flows through the resort of Bodrost, the village of Bistrita and Blagoevgrad , falling into the Struma on the left side.
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