Neajlov River

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Coordinates: 44°11′14″N 26°12′22″E / 44.18722°N 26.20611°E / 44.18722; 26.20611
Neajlov River
River
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Neajlov near Dealu, Giurgiu
Countries Romania
Counties Argeş, Dâmboviţa, Giurgiu
Tributaries
 - right Dâmbovnic, Câlniştea
Mouth Argeş River
 - location Comana
 - coordinates 44°11′14″N 26°12′22″E / 44.18722°N 26.20611°E / 44.18722; 26.20611
Length 186 km (116 mi)
Basin 3,720 km2 (1,436 sq mi)

The Neajlov is a river in Romania. It is a tributary of the Argeş River, which it meets near Comana, Giurgiu County. It rises from the Getic plateau and runs for 186 km (116 mi).

Location[edit]

The river basin is located in the southern part of Romania, the geographic position being 24°51’12”-26°13’52” E longitude and 43°55’31”-44°49’32” N latitude.

Towns and villages[edit]

The following towns and villages are situated along the river Neajlov, from source to mouth: Oarja, Morteni, Petreşti, Uliești, Corbii Mari, Vânătorii Mici, Crevedia Mare, Clejani, Bulbucata, Iepurești, Singureni, Călugăreni, Comana.

Tributaries[edit]

The following rivers are tributaries to the river Neajlov:

Left: Glonţ, Teiş, Neajlovel, Neajlovel, Izvor, Izvorul Dealului, Ilfovăţ, Bătrâna, Stătoaica

Right: Valea Adâncă, Cristia, Holboca, Baracu, Chiricanu, Dâmbovnic, Bălăria, Câlniştea, Ţânţăroasa, Buda, Dadilovăţ, Gurban,

Lakes[edit]

Comana

References[edit]

  • Administrația Națională Apelor Române - Cadastrul Apelor - București
  • Institutul de Meteorologie și Hidrologie - Rîurile României - București 1971
  • Angheluță Vădineanu, Carmen Postolache, Georgia Cosor, Teodora Pălărie, Costel Negrei, Magdalena Bucur - Case Study Report - The Neajlov Catchment - [1]
  • ICPA - Comune vulnerabile - județul Argeș [2]
  • ICPA - Comune vulnerabile - Județul Teleorman [3]
  • Trasee turistice - județul Giurgiu [4]

Maps[edit]

  • Angheluță Vădineanu, Carmen Postolache, Georgia Cosor, Teodora Pălărie, Costel Negrei, Magdalena Bucur - Case Study Report - The Neajlov Catchment - [5]