Prut

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Prut
River
Prut near Hoverla.jpg
Prut near Mt. Hoverla, in Ukraine
Countries Ukraine, Romania, Moldova
Counties/
Oblasts
Ukraine: Ivano-Frankivsk O., Chernivtsi O.
Romania: Botoşani C., Iaşi C., Vaslui C., Galaţi C.
Tributaries
 - right Cheremosh, Jijia
Cities Kolomyia, Chernivtsi, Ungheni, Cahul
Source Carpathian Mountains
 - location Mt. Hoverla, Ivano-Frankivsk O., Ukraine
Mouth Danube
 - location Galaţi/Giurgiuleşti, Romania/Moldova
Length 953 km (592 mi)
Basin 27,500 km² (10,618 sq mi)
Official River Code XIII.1
Map of the Prut River.
Map of the Prut River.

Prut, or Pruth, (Ukrainian: Прут) is a 953 km long river in Eastern Europe. It flows to the southeast to join the Danube river near Reni. This is east of Galaţi.

Towns[change | edit source]

These towns can be found along the Prut River, from source to mouth: Delatyn, Kolomyia, Sniatyn, Chernivtsi, Novoselytsia, Darabani, Ungheni, Cahul.

Tributaries[change | edit source]

These are the tributaries of the Prut River:

Left: Racovăţ.

Right: Cheremosh, Herţa, Poiana, Corneşti, Isnovăţ, Rădăuţi, Ghireni, Volovăţ, Badu, Başeu, Corogea, Berza Veche, Râioasa, Soloneţ, Cerchezoaia, Jijia, Cozmeşti, Bohotin, Moşna, Pruteţ, Sărata, Elan, Horincea, Oancea, Stoeneasa, Chineja.