Location in Buzău County
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Săruleşti is a commune in Buzău County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Cărătnău de Jos, Cărătnău de Sus, Goicelu, Sările-Cătun, Sărulești, Valea Largă-Sărulești and Valea Stânei.
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Buzău County is a county (județ) of Romania, in the historical region Muntenia, with the capital city at Buzău.
Călărași is a county (județ) of Romania on the border with Bulgaria, in Muntenia, with the county seat at Călărași.
Urlați is a town in Prahova county, Wallachia, Romania. In 2011, it had a population of 10,064. Sixteen villages are administered by the town: Arioneștii Noi, Arioneștii Vechi, Cherba, Jercălăi, Mărunțiș, Orzoaia de Jos, Orzoaia de Sus, Schiau, Ulmi, Valea Bobului, Valea Crângului, Valea Mieilor, Valea Nucetului, Valea Pietrei, Valea Seman and Valea Urloii.
The Olt is a river in Romania. It is 615 km (382 mi) long, and its basin area is 24,050 km2 (9,290 sq mi). It is the longest river flowing exclusively through Romania. Its source is in the Hășmaș Mountains of the eastern Carpathian Mountains, near Bălan, rising close to the headwaters of the river Mureș. It flows through the Romanian counties Harghita, Covasna, Brașov, Sibiu, Vâlcea and Olt. The river was known as Alutus or Aluta in Roman antiquity. Olt County and the historical province of Oltenia are named after the river.
The Dâmbovița is a river in Romania. It has its sources on the Curmătura Oticului, a mountain pass that separates the Iezer Mountains from the Făgăraș Mountains proper. It passes through Bucharest and flows into the river Argeș near Budești, in Călărași County. Its length is 286 km (178 mi) and its basin size is 2,824 km2 (1,090 sq mi). Dâmbovița County is named after the river.
The Ialomița is a river of Southern Romania. It rises from the Bucegi Mountains in the Carpathians. It discharges into the Borcea branch of the Danube in Giurgeni. It is 417 km (259 mi) long, and its basin area is 10,350 km2 (4,000 sq mi). Ialomița County takes its name from this river.
The Prahova is a river of Southern Romania, which rises from the Bucegi Mountains, in the Southern Carpathians. It flows into the Ialomița near Adâncata. The upper reach of the river, upstream of the confluence with the river Azuga is sometimes called the Prahovița.
The Arieș is a left tributary of the river Mureș in Transylvania, Romania. It discharges into the Mureș in Gura Arieșului, 11 km southwest of Luduș. Its total length is 166 km (103 mi), and its drainage basin area is 3,005 km2 (1,160 sq mi).
The Crișul Alb (Romanian), is a river in western Romania in the historical region of Transylvania and south-eastern Hungary. Its source is in the southern Apuseni Mountains. It flows through the towns Brad, Ineu, Chișineu-Criș in Romania, and Gyula in Hungary. Crossing the border of Hungary, the river, now called Fehér-Körös, joins the Fekete-Körös a few kilometres north from Gyula to form the river Körös (Criș). In Romania, its length is 234 km (145 mi) and its basin size is 4,240 km2 (1,640 sq mi).
Săruleşti may refer to several places in Romania:
Valea Stânei may refer to several villages in Romania:
Sărulești is a commune in Călărași County, Romania. It is composed of seven villages: Măgureni, Polcești, Săndulița, Sărulești, Sărulești-Gară, Sătucu and Solacolu.
The Ampoi is a river in the Apuseni Mountains, Alba County, western Romania. It is a right tributary of the river Mureș. It flows through the town Zlatna, and joins the Mureș near Alba Iulia. Its length is 43 km (27 mi) and its basin size is 250 km2 (97 sq mi).
The Someșul Mare is a river in north-western Romania, originating in the Bistrița-Năsăud County in the Rodna Mountains at the confluence of two headwaters — the Preluci and the Zmeu. The Someșul Mare flows west through Rodna, Năsăud and Beclean, until it meets the Someșul Mic upstream of Dej. Its length is 130 km (81 mi) and its basin size is 5,033 km2 (1,943 sq mi). Downstream from its confluence with the Someșul Mic, the river is called Someș.
The Lotru is a right tributary of the river Olt in Romania. Its source is in the Parâng Mountains. It feeds the reservoirs Vidra, Malaia and Brădișor. It flows into the Olt near the town Brezoi. It passes through the communes Voineasa, Malaia, and Brezoi. Its length is 83 km (52 mi) and its basin size is 990 km2 (380 sq mi).
The Jiul de Vest is a headwater of the river Jiu in Romania. At its confluence with the Jiul de Est in Iscroni, the Jiu is formed. Its length is 54 km (34 mi) and its basin size is 496 km2 (192 sq mi). The upper course of the river is also known locally as Câmpușelu.
The Timiș or Timișul Sec is a right tributary of the river Ghimbășel in Romania. Its source is in the Piatra Mare Mountains, northeast of Predeal. It discharges into the Ghimbășel in Sânpetru. It flows through the eastern part of the city Brașov. Its length is 35 km (22 mi) and its basin size is 105 km2 (41 sq mi). Part of its water is diverted towards the Timiș Canal.
The Dâmbovicioara is a left tributary of the river Dâmbovița in Romania. Its source is in the Piatra Craiului Mountains. It flows into the Dâmbovița in Podu Dâmboviței. Its length is 13 km (8.1 mi) and its basin size is 47 km2 (18 sq mi). Upstream from its confluence with the Valea cu Apă it is also called Valea Seacă a Pietrelor, and between the confluences with the Valea cu Apă and Valea Muierii it is also called Brusturet.
The Strei is a left tributary of the river Mureș in Transylvania, Romania. The upper reach of the river, upstream of the village of Baru, is also known as Râul Petros. It flows through the town Călan and the villages Petros, Baru, Livadia, Pui, Galați, Băiești, Ohaba de sub Piatră, Ciopeia, Subcetate, Covragiu, Bretea Română, Bretea Streiului, Ruși, Strei, Streisângeorgiu, Batiz, Băcia and Simeria Veche. It discharges into the Mureș near Simeria. Its length is 93 km (58 mi) and its basin size is 1,983 km2 (766 sq mi).
The Sadu is a right tributary of the river Cibin in Romania. It discharges into the Cibin in Tălmaciu. The Negovanu and Sadu II dams are located on the Sadu. Its length is 60 km (37 mi) and its basin size is 278 km2 (107 sq mi).