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Lake Izvorul Muntelui reservoir

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Bicaz Gorge geographical object

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Bicaz (river) river in Romania

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The Cupaș is a left tributary of the river Bicaz in Romania. The lower reach of the river defines the border between Harghita and Neamț counties. Its length is 7 km (4.3 mi) and its basin size is 13 km2 (5.0 sq mi).

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Bicaz-Chei Commune in Neamț County, Romania

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Ceahlău, Neamț Commune in Neamț County, Romania

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