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List of longest rivers of Romania


This is the list of longest rivers of Romania which entirely or partially flow through Romania. For the full list in alphabetical order, see List of rivers of Romania (alphabetic).

Longest rivers of Romania

Major rivers of Romania
Hydrographical map of Romania

The length represents only the part of the river that flows in Romania.

River name Length of the river (km) Drainage area (km²)
Danube 1,075
Mureș 761 28,310
Prut 742 11,990
Olt 615 24,050
Siret 559 42,890
Ialomița 417 10,350
Someș 376 15,740
Argeș 350 12,550
Jiu 339 10,080
Buzău 302 5,264
Dâmbovița 286 2,824
Bistrița 283 7,039
Jijia 275 5,757
Târnava Mare 246 6,253
Timiș 244 5,673
Crișul Alb 234 4,240
Vedea 224 5,430
Moldova 213 4,299
Bârlad 207 7,220
Târnava Mică 196 2,071
Prahova 193 3,738
Neajlov 186 3,720
Olteț 185 2,663
Someșul Mic 178 3,773
Suceava 173 2,298
Bega 170 2,362
Arieș 166 3,005
Trotuș 162 4,456

References

  • (Romanian) 2004 Romanian Statistical Yearbook - Geography, Meteorology and Environment


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