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The first version of this article has been based in the text of el:Βολιναίος ποταμός of the Greek Wikipedia published under GFDL.
Origin Panachaiko
Mouth Gulf of Corinth
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Basin countries Greece
Location Achaea
Length approx. 20 km

Volinaios (Greek: Βολιναίος, also Δρεπανέικο Drepaneiko) is a river in the northern part of Achaea, Greece. It empties into the Gulf of Corinth. The river is named after the ancient town of Boline. The river begins in the northern part of the Panachaiko mountains, it flows through the village Drepano where it has water all year round. The river flows into the Gulf of Corinth near Psathopyrgos.