Cirocha in Stakčín
|Laborec near Humenné|
|Length||50.1 km (31.1 mi)|
|Basin size||499.8 km2 (193.0 sq mi)|
|• average||2.85 m3/s (101 cu ft/s)|
|Progression||Laborec→ Latorica→ Bodrog→ Tisza→ Danube→ Black Sea|
Cirocha (Hungarian : Ciróka) is a right tributary of the river Laborec in the Prešov Region of eastern Slovakia. It is 50.1 km (31.1 mi) long and its drainage basin size is 499.8 km2 (193.0 sq mi). Its average flow is 2.85 m³/s in Snina.
The headwaters of the Cirocha are in the Bukovské vrchy mountains under the Ruské sedlo saddle at the Slovak-Polish border. It flows south and west after first few kilometres into the Starina reservoir, flowing further to the municipalities of Snina and Stakčín. From Stakčín it flows to the west, to its confluence with the Laborec river near Humenné.
The Tisza, Tysa or Tisa, is one of the main rivers of Central and Eastern Europe. Once, it was called "the most Hungarian river" because it flowed entirely within the Kingdom of Hungary. Today, it crosses several national borders.
Humenné is a town in the Prešov Region ("kraj") in eastern Slovakia and the second largest town of the historic Zemplín region. It lies at the volcanic Vihorlat mountains and at the confluence of the Laborec and Cirocha Rivers.
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