Topolița River

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Topolița River
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Location
Country Romania
Counties Neamț County
Villages Topolița, Petricani, Urecheni, Păstrăveni
Physical characteristics
Mouth Moldova
  location
Miroslovești
  coordinates
47°08′24″N26°37′22″E / 47.1399°N 26.6228°E / 47.1399; 26.6228 Coordinates: 47°08′24″N26°37′22″E / 47.1399°N 26.6228°E / 47.1399; 26.6228
Basin features
Tributaries 
  left Agapia, Valea Seacă
  right Netezi, Țolici, Urecheni
Progression MoldovaSiretDanubeBlack Sea

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References

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