Tocila River

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Lăpuș (river) river in Romania

The Lăpuș is a right tributary of the river Someș in Romania. It is formed at the confluence of the headwaters Izvorul Alb and Izvorul Negru. It discharges into the Someș in Bușag, west of Baia Mare. It flows through the communes Băiuț, Lăpuș, Târgu Lăpuș, Vima Mică, Șomcuta Mare, Remetea Chioarului, Coaș, Săcălășeni, Groși, Coltău, Recea and Tăuții-Măgherăuș.

The Tocila Mare River is a tributary of the Râul Tocilelor in Romania.

The Tocila Mică River is a tributary of the Râul Tocilelor in Romania.

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