Bistri%C8%9Ba River (Siret)
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Bistri%C8%9Ba River Siret
Bistri?a
Bistri?a Moldovean?
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The Bistri?a at Piatra Neam?
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Course of the Bistri?a in Romania
Location
CountryRomania
CountiesBistri?a-N?s?ud, Suceava, Neam?, Bac?u
TownsVatra Dornei, Piatra Neam?, Buhu?i, Bac?u
Physical characteristics
Source 
 • locationRodna Mountains
 • elevation1,649 m (5,410 ft)
MouthSiret
 • location
Galbeni
 • coordinates
46°29?28?N 26°59?13?E / 46.49111°N 26.98694°E / 46.49111; 26.98694Coordinates: 46°29?28?N 26°59?13?E / 46.49111°N 26.98694°E / 46.49111; 26.98694
 • elevation
134 m (440 ft)
Length283 km (176 mi)
Basin size7,039 km2 (2,718 sq mi)
Discharge 
 • average66 m3/s (2,300 cu ft/s)
Basin features
ProgressionSiret-> Danube-> Black Sea
Tributaries 
 • leftCrac?u
 • rightDorna, Bistricioara, Bicaz

The Bistri?a (Romanian pronunciation: ['bistrit?sa] ; sometimes referred to as Bistri?a Moldovean?) is a river in the Romanian regions of Maramure?, Bukovina and Moldavia (most of its length). It is a right tributary of the river Siret.[1][2][3] Near Bac?u it flows into the Siret. Its source is in the Rodna Mountains, at the foot of the Gârgal?u peak. It flows through the counties Bistri?a-N?s?ud, Suceava, Neam? and Bac?u. The towns Vatra Dornei, Bicaz, Piatra Neam?, Roznov, Buhu?i and Bac?u lie along the Bistri?a. The Bistri?a is 283 km long, and its basin area is 7039 km².[2][4][5]

The upper reach is also known as Bistri?a Aurie (German: Goldene Bistritz).

The following dams have been constructed on the river Bistri?a:

Towns and villages

The following towns and villages are situated along the river Bistri?a, from source to mouth: ?esuri, Cârlibaba Nou?, Valea Stânei, Boto?, Cioc?ne?ti, Iacobeni, Argestru, Vatra Dornei, Coz?ne?ti, Ortoaia, Gheorghi?eni, Rusca, Sun?tori, Chiril, Cojoci, Satu Mare, Crucea, Holda, Holdi?a, Bro?teni, Lungeni, Frasin, M?dei, Pârâul Cârjei, Borca, Soci, Pârâul Pântei, Bu?mei, Farca?a, Pope?ti, Frumosu, Pârâul Fagului, S?vine?ti, Galu, Poiana Teiului, Topoliceni, Ro?eni, Poiana Largului, C?lug?reni, Bistricioara, Ceahl?u, Chiri?eni, Groz?ve?ti, Buhalni?a, Rugine?ti, Izvoru Alb, Bicaz, Cap?a, Tarc?u, Straja, Oan?u, Pâng?ra?i, Preluca, Vaduri, Vii?oara, Agârcia, Doamna, Piatra Neam?, V?leni, Cut, Dumbrava Ro?ie, Bru?i, S?vine?ti, Roznov, ?ovoaia, Z?ne?ti, Ruseni, Podoleni, Rediu, Costi?a, Frunzeni, Buhu?i, Bl?ge?ti, Racova, Buda, Gura V?ii, Gârlenii de Sus, Gârleni, Ite?ti, Lilieci, Bac?u, Galbeni

Tributaries

Izvorul Muntelui Dam, 127 meters high, built between 1950 and 1960 on Bistri?a River led to the formation of Lake Izvorul Muntelui

The following rivers are tributaries to the river Bistri?a (from source to mouth):[2]

  • Left: Bârjaba, Vulc?nescu, Mostim, Tinosu Mare, Iurescu, Bretila, ?ib?u, Cârlibaba, Afinetu, Valea Stânei, Andronic, Boto?, Grop?ria, Oi?a, Brezu?a, Fieru, Argestru, Chilia, Biliceni, Gheorghi?eni, Rusca, Stâni?oara, C?line?ti, Frumu?ana, Izvorul Arseneasa, Colbu, Arama, Chiril, Cojoci, Fieru, Pârâul Fagului, Izvorul Casei, Le?u, Holda (or Puzdra), Holdi?a, Cotârga?i, Pietroasa, Sabasa, F?rca?a, Galu, Bol?t?u, Stâna, Vârlanu, Lete?ti, Hangu, Buhalni?a, Potoci, Cap?a, Pâng?ra?i, Pâng?r?cior, Valea Mare, Cuejdiu, Fr?sinel, Crac?u, Câlne?, Români, Le?cana, Racova, Valea Rea
  • Right: Putreda, Tomnatecu Mare, Tomnatecu Mic, Bila, Lala, Rotunda, Izvorul ?es, Zacla, Valea Rus?i, M?gura, Fundoaia, Stâni?oara, Valea Bâtcii, Izvorul Gândacului, Diaca, Humor, Scoru?, Pârâul Rece, Suh?rzelu Mic, Suh?rzelu Mare, Tisa, Ciotina, Haju, Dorna, Neagra, Arin, Coz?ne?ti, Ortoaia, Bol?t?u, Rusca, O?oiu, Sun?tori, Valea Lutului, Izvoru R?u, Bârn?rel, Pârâul Cornului, Cicul, Bârnaru, C?boaia, Neagra Bro?tenilor, Borca, Stejar, Dreptul, Ruseni, Zahorna, Ro?eni, Pârâul Duruitorilor, Bistricioara, Schit, R?pciuni?a, ?iflic, Valea Strâmtorilor, Izvorul Alb, Secu, Izvorul Muntelui, Co?u?na, Bicaz, Crasni?a, Crasna, Potoci, Tarc?u, Oan?u, Secu Vaduri, Agârcia, Doamna, Sasca, Calul, Iapa, Nechit, Poloboc, Dragova, Buda, Trebe?

References

  1. ^ "Planul na?ional de management. Sinteza planurilor de management la nivel de bazine/spa?ii hidrografice, anexa 7.1" (PDF, 5.1 MB). Administra?ia Na?ional? Apele Române. 2010. pp. 903-904.
  2. ^ a b c Atlasul cadastrului apelor din România. Partea 1 (in Romanian). Bucharest: Ministerul Mediului. 1992. pp. 386-400. OCLC 895459847. River code: XII.1.53
  3. ^ Ovidiu Gabor -"Economic Mechanism in Water Management" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2009-03-05. Retrieved . , map page 10
  4. ^ 2017 Romanian Statistical Yearbook, p. 13
  5. ^ Planul de management al spa?iului hidrografic Siret, Administra?ia Na?ional? Apele Române, page 17
  • Trasee turistice - jude?ul Bac?u [1]
  • Trasee turistice - Jude?ul Neam? [2]
  • Trasee turistice - Jude?ul Suceava [3]
  • Mun?ii Rar?u ?i Giumal?u [4]

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