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|Country||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|- location||Vlašić, below Petrovo polje|
|- location||Vrbanja river, near Palivuk|
|Length||4 km (2.5 mi)|
|Basin size||3 km²|
Kovačevića potok (eng. Kovacevici's stream) is a left tributary of Vrbanja river, between Kruševo Brdo (upstream) and Šiprage (downstream) ), in the Kotor-Varoš, Municipality, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is about three km long.   Several of its constituent streams originate in the Guzovina - Vis elevation complex (1003 m), west of the village of Kovačevići: Tocil at 1000 m above sea level, Duboki potok (Deep creek) at 900 m, and nameless creek at 940 m. First, the Tocil and the Deep creek connect, and then that watercourse connects with the nameless creek between Durakovići and Kovacevići villages at an altitude of 672 m, on the road R-440: Šiprage - Kruševo Brdo  From the Čudnić basin and to the south, it is separated by Arab Hill. On this stream, in the 1960s, there were five watermills.
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- Military Geographical Institute, Ed. (1962): Šiprage (Map Sheet 1: 25,000, Contour lines at 10 m)). Military Geographical Institute, Belgrade.
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