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Čehotina je dugačka 125 kilometara i protiče kroz Crnu Goru i Bosnu i Hercegovinu, gdje se ulijeva u Drinu.Planinska je rijeka koja izvire u blizini mjesta Donji Kolašin, u blizini granice Srbije i Crne Gore.Oko 25 kilometara njenog toka pripada Bosni i Hercegovini, a jedan manji dio je granica Crne Gore i Bosne i Hercegovine. Njeno ušće u Drinu je u Foči, a u njoj ima: mladice, potočne pastrmke, lipljena, škobalja, klijena, mrene, pliske.
The Ćehotina, also Ćeotina, Ćotina or Čehotina, is the 125 km long river in Montenegro and Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Hercegovina, the right tributary to the Drina river.
The Ćehotina originates from the two streams in the Montenegrin region of Donji Kolašin, near the border with Serbia. It flows to the northwest, with many bends and curves, as it flows through the high, mountain region. The river almost has no settlements (except for the village of Vrulje), before it passes the eastern slopes of the Korijeni mountain and enters the Pljevaljska kotlina (Cyrillic: Пљеваљска котлина; Depression of Pljevlja). There, it flows through the Pljevlja coal basin and the city of Pljevlja itself, and continues to the region of Podgora, next to the villages of Radosavec, Židovići, Donja Brvenica and the small town of Gradac. The river flows between the region of Bukovica to the north and the northern tip of the Ljubišnja mountain and for the few kilometers forms the border between Serbia and Montenegro and Bosnia and Hercegovina. It continues next to the villages of Vikoč, Falovići, Godijeno and Brusina, before it empties into the Drina. The city of Foča is built in its confluence.
The Ćehotina flows for 100 km in Serbia, and 25 in Bosnia and Hercegovina.It has no major tributaries, most important being the Voloder, which flows into the Ćehotina near Gradac.The river has big hydroelectricity potential, but none of it is being used. It belongs to the Black Sea drainage basin, its own drainage area covers 1.237 km², and its not navigable.