Category:Trotuș River

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English: 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 Comăneşti and Oneşti in Bacău County. It has a total length of 162 km.
Trotuș River 
river in Romania
Comanesti Trotus flood 2004.jpg
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Instance ofriver
Location Romania
Length
  • 162 km
Origin of the watercourse
  • Ciuc Mountains
Mouth of the watercourse
Drainage basin
Tributary
  • Tazlău River
  • Uz River
  • Gârbea River
  • Agăș River
  • Antaloc River
  • Dracău River
  • Brusturoasa River
  • Camenca River
  • Caraclău River
  • Ciungi River
  • Cuchiniș River
  • Cucuieți River
  • Larga River
  • Plopul River
  • Pârâul Mare
  • Seaca River
  • Sugura River
  • Tărhăuș River
  • Urmeniș River
  • Valea Rece River
46° 00′ 39.96″ N, 27° 12′ 33.12″ E
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