Siret River

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Siret River
River
Raul Siret.png
Countries Ukraine, Romania
Counties/
Oblasts
Ukraine: Chernivtsi O.

Romania: Botoşani C., Suceava C., Neamţ C., Iaşi C., Bacău C., Vrancea C., Galaţi C.

Tributaries
 - left Bârlad
 - right Suceava, Moldova, Bistriţa, Trotuş, Putna, Buzău
Cities Roman, Bacău, Galaţi
Source
 - location Eastern Carpathians, Chernivtsi O., Ukraine
 - elevation 1,238 m (4,062 ft)
Mouth Danube
Length 706 km (439 mi)
Basin 44,835 km² (17,311 sq mi)

The Siret River (Ukrainian: Серет, Russian: Сирет , Hungarian: Szeret) is a river that comes up from the Carpathians in the northern Bukovina region of Ukraine. It flows southward into Romania for about 470 kilometers before it joins the Danube. It was named Hierasus in times of old.

Towns and villages[change | edit source]

The following towns and villages can be found along the Siret River, from source to mouth: Berehomet, Storozhynets, Siret, Grămeşti, Zvoriştea, Liteni, Paşcani, Stolniceni-Prăjescu, Roman, Bacău, Adjud, Mărăşeşti, Galaţi.

Tributaries[change | edit source]

There are the tributaries of the Siret River:

Left: Bahna, Molniţa, Bahna, Gârla Sireţel, Gârla Huţanilor, Vorona, Pleşu, Turbata, Pitrosul, Trestioara, Sireţel, Sodomeni, Stolniceni, Hărmăneşti, Pârâul Ţigăncilor, Mihailei, Boca, Albuia, Vulpăşeşti, Ţiganca, Icuşeşti, Glodeni, Râpaş, Pârâul Morii, Răcătău, Fulgeriş, Polocin, Lupa, Bârlad, Călmăţui, Gerului, Mălina, Fălcoaia, Cătuşa.

Right: Găvan, Negostina, Verehia, Baranca, Leahu, Hănţeşti, Grigoreşti, Sălăgeni, Suceava, Şomuzul Mic, Şomuzul Mare, Probota, Conţeasca, Ruja, Valea Părului, Podul Turcului, Tămăşeni, Moldova, Valea Neagră, Turbata, Bistriţa, Cleja, Răcăciuni, Orbeni, Botohan, Fântânele, Conţeşti, Trotuş, Valea Boului, Carecna, Zăbrăuţi, Şuşiţa, Gârla Morilor, Putna, Leica, Râmnicul Sărat, Buzău.