Trotuș River

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Coordinates: 46°00′40″N 27°12′33″E / 46.01111°N 27.20917°E / 46.01111; 27.20917
Trotuș River
Tatros
River
Targu Trotus - May 2013-002.JPG
Trotuș River in Târgu Trotuș, Bacău County
Countries Romania
Counties Harghita, Bacău, Vrancea
Tributaries
 - left Tazlău
Villages Comănești, Oneşti
Source
 - location Ciuc Mountains
Mouth Siret River
 - location Adjud
 - coordinates 46°00′40″N 27°12′33″E / 46.01111°N 27.20917°E / 46.01111; 27.20917
Length 162 km (101 mi)

The Trotuș River (Hungarian: Tatros) in eastern Romania emerges from the Ciuc Mountains in the Eastern Carpathians and joins the Siret River after passing through Comănești and Oneşti in Bacău County. It has a total length of 162 km.

Towns and villages[edit]

The following towns and villages are situated along the river Trotuș, from source to mouth: Lunca de Sus, Lunca de Jos, Ghimeș-Făget, Palanca, Agăș, Comănești, Dărmănești, Târgu Ocna, Oneşti, Adjud.

Tributaries[edit]

The following rivers are tributaries to the river Trotuș:

Left: Gârbea, Valea Întunecoasă, Antaloc, Valea Rece, Bolovăniş, Tărhăuş, Şanţ, Cuchiniş, Brusturoasa, Camenca, Sugura, Dracău, Agăş, Seaca, Ciungi, Asău, Urmeniş, Plopul, Larga, Cucuieţi, Vâlcele, Caraclău, Tazlău, Pârâul Mare, Gârbova

Right: Comiat, Bothavaş, Ugra, Boroş, Valea Capelei, Aldămaş, Popoiul, Ciugheş, Cotumba, Grohotiş, Sulţa, Ciobănuş, Supan, Uz, Dofteana, Slănic, Nicoreşti, Oituz, Caşin, Găureana, Gutinaş, Bogdana, Căiuţul Mic, Căiuţi, Popeni, Bilca, Domoşiţa

References[edit]

  • Administrația Națională Apelor Române - Cadastrul Apelor - București
  • Institutul de Meteorologie și Hidrologie - Rîurile României - București 1971
  • Trasee turistice - județul Bacău [1]
  • Újvari, Iosif - Geografia apelor României, Ed. Științifică, București, 1972
  • Ovidiu Gabor - Economic Mechanism in Water Management [2]

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