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Ialomița River

Râul Ialomița
Ialomița River crossing DN2A
Countries Romania
Counties Dâmbovița, Prahova, Ilfov,
Ialomița
Tributaries
 - left Prahova
Cities Târgoviște, Slobozia
Source Bucegi Mountains
 - location near Moroeni
Mouth Danube
 - location near Hârșova
 - coordinates
Length 417 km (259 mi)
Official River Code XI.1
The Ialomița in Romania

The Ialomița (Romanian: râul Ialomița pronounced ) is a river of Southern Romania that rises from the Bucegi Mountains in the Carpathians and flows into the Danube.

The upper reach of the river is sometimes known as Valea Obârșiei or Obârșia Ialomiței.

Contents

  • Localities 1
  • Tributaries 2
  • Lakes and dams 3
  • References 4
    • Maps 4.1

Localities

The following localities are situated along the river Ialomița, from source to mouth: Balaciu, Căzănești, Ciochina, Andrășești, Perieți, Slobozia, Cosâmbești, Bucu, Sudiți and Țăndărei.

The largest cities along the Ialomița are Târgoviște and Slobozia.

Tributaries

The following rivers are tributaries to the river Ialomița:

Left: Valea Șugărilor, Cocora, Lăptici, Scândurari, Blana, Nucet, Oboarele, Scropoasa, Orzea, Brândușa, Gâlma, Ialomicioara, Rușețu, Leurda, Bizdidel, Slănic de Răzvad, Slănic de Gura Ocniței, Pâscov, Crivăț, Cricovul Dulce, Prahova, Sărata, Cotorca, Sărățuica, Strachina

Right: Valea Doamnelor, Valea Sucheniței Horoaba, Coteanu, Valea Văcăriei, Tătaru, Gâlgoiu, Mircea, Bolboci, Lucăcilă, Zănoaga, Valea Cabanierului, Brătei, Rătei, Raciu, Valea Doicii, Seciul cu Colți, Voivodeni, Țâța, Ialomicioara, Vulcana, Glod, Ruda, Racovița, Snagov, Vlăsia, Comana

Lakes and dams

References

  • Administrația Națională Apelor Române - Cadastrul Apelor - București
  • Institutul de Meteorologie și Hidrologie - Rîurile României - București 1971
  • Trasee turistice - județul Dâmbovița [8]
  • Trasee turistice - județul Ialomița [9]
  • Trasee turistice - județul Ilfov [10]

Maps

  • Munții Bucegi [11]
  • Harta Munții Bucegi [12]
  • Harta Munții Bucegi [13]
  • Harta județului Prahova [14]
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