Rupel (disambiguation)

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Rupel small river in Belgium

The Rupel is a tidal river in northern Belgium, right tributary of the Scheldt. It is about 12 kilometres (7 mi) long. It flows through the Belgian province of Antwerp. It is formed by the confluence of the rivers Dijle and Nete, in Rumst. It flows into the Scheldt at Schelle. Towns along the Rupel are Rumst, Boom, Niel and Schelle. The Rupel is navigable, and forms part of the waterway to Brussels.

The Rupel Gorge or Rupel Pass is a steep river valley in the northern part of Central Macedonia, immediately south of the Greek-Bulgarian border. It was formed by the Strymon River, which stems from the Vitosha mountains and flows into the Aegean Sea. The gorge is rich in biodiversity which may be endangered by the project to build the Motorway 25 which is a part of European route E79. Strymon enters from Bulgaria into Greece west of village Promachonas, going through Roupel Pass, that it opened up, between the mountains Belasica and Orvilos. Here the ground gets flatter so the Strymon loses speed and splits into two branches. The western branch goes to lake Kerkini and then flows southeast where it rejoins the eastern branch near to the village of Lithotopi.

Rupel is also a Slovene surname:

Anja Rupel Slovenian pop singer, songwriter, radio announcer, and journalist

Anja Rupel is a Slovene pop singer, songwriter, radio announcer, and journalist. Her father, Fedja Rupel, is a flautist and a professor at the Academy of Music in Ljubljana, and her uncle is the politician and diplomat Dimitrij Rupel.

Dimitrij Rupel Slovenian politician

Dimitrij Rupel is a Slovenian politician.

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