The River Jūra – is a river in western Lithuania and a right tributary of the Nemunas. It mostly follows a meandering and natural course, although two concrete dams of hydroelectric power plants prevent paddling, as do dense vegetation in its upper reaches and large stones. The river’s name comes from the Lithuanian word jūra, which means “sea”. Towns on the Jūra include Tauragė, Rietavas, Kvėdarna, and Pajūris. Left tributary rivers – Aitra, Lokysta, Akmena, Šunija, Šešuvis, right tributary rivers – Letausas, Šlaunis. Harvesting macro algae mats.
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