List of tributaries of the Danube

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Map of most important tributaries of the Danube

This is a list of tributaries of the Danube by order of entrance.

The Danube is Europe's second-longest river. It starts in the Black Forest in Germany as two smaller rivers—the Brigach and the Breg—which join at Donaueschingen, and it is from here that it is known as the Danube, flowing generally eastwards for a distance of some 2,850 km (1,770 mi), passing through several Central and Eastern European capitals, before emptying into the Black Sea via the Danube Delta in Romania.

The Danube flows through—or forms a part of the borders of—ten countries: Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania, Moldova, and Ukraine; in addition, the drainage basin includes parts of nine more countries: Poland, Switzerland, Italy, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Republic of Macedonia and Albania.

RiverEntering the Danube atDistance from mouth (Sulina)Side
of the
entrance
Length
IllerUlm, Germanyright147 km
WörnitzDonauwörth, Germanyleft132 km
ZusamDonauwörth, Germanyright60 km
LechMarxheim (near Donauwörth), Germanyright264 km
Paarnear Vohburg, Germanyright134 km
Abensnear Neustadt (Donau), Germanyright
AltmühlKelheim, Germany2414.68 kmleft230 km
HopfenbachKelheim2410.67 kmright
Schwarze LaberSchwalbennest2387.90 kmleft
NaabRegensburg, Germanythe Aziz river in Italy2385.30left165 km
RegenRegensburg, Germany2379.24 kmleft165 km
SulzbachDonaustauf2367.50 kmleft
OtterbachDonaustauf2367.60 kmleft
PfatterPfatter2349.31 kmright
Wiesent2346.43 kmleft
Große Laabernear Straubing, Germany2329.51 kmright
AiterachReibersdorf2214.00 kmright
KinsachReibersdorf2213.39 kmleft
Isarnear Deggendorf, Germany2281.71right286 km
Hengersberger OheWinzer2264.21 kmleft
AngerbachHofkirchen2256.89 kmright
VilsVilshofen, Germany2248.63 kmright
GaissaHeining2233.85 kmleft
IlzPassau2225.43 kmleft
InnPassau, Germany2225.20 kmright517 km
SatzbachLöwmühle2221.30 kmleft
KößelbachKernmühle2218.00 kmright
ErlauErlau2215.15 kmleft
DantelbachDantelbach2201.77 kmleft
RannabachOberranna2196.04 kmleft
KesselbachKager-Niederranna2194.55 kmright
Kleine MühlObermühl/Grafenau2177.85 kmleft
Große MühlUntermühl/Partenstein/Austria2168.00 kmleft
Große RodlWilhering2144.83 kmleft
BleicherbachWilhering2143.35 kmleft
Traunnear Linz, Austria2124.73 kmright153 km
IpfbachEnghagen2116.98 kmright
GusenEnghagen2113.60 kmleft
EnnsMauthausen, Austria2111.828 kmright254 km
AistSchwarzholz2108.50 kmleft
IsperIsperdorf2065.70 kmright
YbbsYbbs an der Donau, Austria2057.10 kmright130 km
ErlaufPöchlarn2046.30 kmleft
PielachSchallemmersdorf2034.35 kmleft
AggsbachAggstein2027.17 kmright
EndlingbachAggstein2026.97 kmleft
SpitzerbachSpitz2019.58 kmleft
FladnitzKrems2000.60 kmright
TraisenAltenwörth1979.10 kmright
PerschlingKlein Schönbüchel1972.10 kmright
Grosse Tulln RiverTulln1965.27 kmright
SchwechatUpstream of Schönau1913.70 kmright
Russbach1881.20 kmleft
MoravaDevín, Slovakia1880.26 kmleft358 km
Vidrica1871.50 kmleft
Leithanear Mosonmagyaróvár, Hungary[1]1793.00right180 km
RábaGyőr, Hungary [2]1793.00right322 km
ConcoUpstream of Komarom1777.00 kmright
VáhKomárno, Slovakia1765.80 kmleft403 km
Hronnear Štúrovo, Slovakia1716.00 kmleft298 km
Ipelnear Szob, Hungary1708.20 kmleft232 km
LepenceLepence1697.00 kmright
Benta1621.75 kmright
Siónear Szekszárd, Hungary1497.15 kmright121 km (360 km)[3]
Vajastorok1494.60 kmleft
Dravanear Osijek, Croatia1382.50 kmright725 km
VukaVukovar, Croatia1333.10 kmright114 km
Tiszanear Titel, Serbia1214.50 kmleft1,026 km
SavaBelgrade, Serbia1170 kmright990 km[4]
Tamišnear Pančevo, Serbia1154.20 kmleft359 km
Jezava1115.20 kmright
Velika Moravanear Smederevo, Serbia1104.50 kmright185 km (493 km, 550 km)[5]
Mlavanear Kostolac, Serbia1091.60 kmright158 km
Caraşnear Stara Palanka, Serbia1076.50 kmleft110 km
Neranear Stara Palanka, Serbian-Romanian border1075.00 kmleft124 km
RibişDownstream of Baziaş1070.00 kmleft
Pârâul Ţiganilor1059.79 kmleft
Râul Mic1058.80 kmleft
PekVeliko Gradište, Serbia1057.10 kmright129 km
PrvaUpstream of Moldova Veche1050.90 kmleft
Valea Mare RiverMoldova Vecheleft
BaronulDownstream of Moldova Vecheleft
Boşneag1045.30 kmleft
VaradUpstream of Coronini1042.40 kmleft
Sicolovăţ1039.40 kmleft
Livadica1037.30 kmright
Alibeg1034.90 kmleft
Liuborajdia1031.90 kmleft
Cruşoviţa1029.60 kmleft
CezavaCezava1026.80 kmright
Caoniţa1026.65 kmleft
Cameniţa1025.70 kmleft
Turski Potok1025.30 kmright
OraviţaLiubcova1022.90 kmleft
Dobra1021.00 kmright
Zascoc1020.10 kmleft
ZidinacZidinac1019.00 kmright
BerzascaBerzasca1017.80 kmleft
Kozicaright
Suva1015.50 kmleft
CozlaCozla1013,30 kmleft
SirinaDownstream of Cozla1012.10 kmleft
Pesaca1009.40 kmright
Elişeva1007.30 kmleft
Boljetinska1003.20 kmright
Saraoschileft
Starişte1000.90 kmleft
Paolina999.50 kmleft
Suşcava994.50 kmleft
Ciuceavca993.40 kmleft
Zlatica992.80 kmright
Porečka988.20 kmright50 km
Iuţi988 kmleft
TişoviţaTişoviţa982.6o kmleft
ReciţaDownstream of Tişoviţa981.30 kmleft
Liubotina979.70 kmleft
Plavişeviţa976.20 kmleft
Ponicova972.80 kmleft
Mraconia967.00 kmleft
Costineţiu964.60 kmleft
Suhodolu963.40 kmleft
Mala961.40 kmleft
Valea SatuluiUpstream of Ieşelniţaleft
IeşelniţaIeşelniţa959.70 kmleft
Dâlboca957.70 kmleft
Velika Kovila956.90 kmright
Groţca955.20 kmleft
Cerna953.20 kmleft84 km
Bahna949.80 kmleft
Dzevrin949.20 kmright
Vodiţaleft
Kasajna946.80 kmright
Jidoştiţaleft
Kladusnica936.80 kmright
Dudaş936.60 kmleft
Topolniţa927.80 kmleft
Bistriţa920.60 kmleft
SlatinaSlatina879 kmright
TimokBulgarian-Serbian border845.65right203 km
Drincealeft
Topolovetz784.10 kmright
Vojniska782.20 kmright
Vidbol780.20 kmright
Artchar768.50 kmright
Skomlia762.50 kmright
LomLom, Bulgaria741,70 kmright93 km
SărăceauaCârnaleft
DesnăţuiLake Bistreţuleft
Tzibritza715.85 kmright
Nedeia697.60 kmleft
Jiubetween the Bulgarian towns of Kozloduy and Oryahovo691.55 kmleft331 km
Ogostabetween the Jiu's mouth and Oryahovo, Bulgaria684.50 kmright147 km
Jieţ681 kmleft
Iskar RiverGigen, Pleven Province, Bulgaria637.00 kmright368 km
CeleiCelei634.10 kmleft
UrsaGârcovleft
VitSomovit, Bulgaria609.50 kmright189 km
OltTurnu Măgurele, Romania604.00 kmleft709 km
Oltul Mic600.60 kmleft
Călmăţuileft
OsamNikopol, Bulgaria600.10 kmright314 km
SâiTurnu Măgureleleft
YantraSvishtov, Bulgaria536.70 kmright285 km
VedeaBujoru, Romanialeft224 km
PasăreaSlobozialeft
Rusenski LomRuse, Bulgaria497.80 kmright45 km (196.9 km)[6]
ArgeşOlteniţa, Romania430.00 kmleft327 km
Mostiştealeft
BerzaLake Gălăţuileft
AlmălăuLake Bugeacright
BegenaLake Bugeacright
GaliţaGaliţaright
CanliaCanliaright
Canaraua FeteiLake Oltinaright
JegăliaJegălialeft
Valea MareLake Dunăreniright
Vederoasaleft
UrluiaUpstream of Rasovaright
RasovaRasovaright
PeşteraCochirleniright
Ţibrinright
DunăreaDunărearight
CalachioiCapidavaleft
ChichirgeauaTichileştiright
IalomiţaNear Hârşovaleft400 km
TopologSaraiuright
NămoleştiGârliciuright
Călmăţuileft
BaşburunOstrovleft
AiormanPeceneagaleft
Grecileft
CernaLake Cernaright
Valea PlopilorMăcin Branchright
JililaLake Jijilaright
SiretGalaţi, Romania155.05 kmleft726 km
Prutnear Reni, Ukraine134.144 kmleft953 km
Gârla CiulineţulLake Crapinaleft
LuncaviţaLuncaviţaright


See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The Rába flows into the Mosoni-Duna, a branch of the Danube
  2. ^ The Rába flows into the Mosoni-Duna, a branch of the Danube
  3. ^ The Sió is 121 km long. As it flows out from the Balaton lake, measured from the source of the lake's longest tributary, the Zala river, it is 360 km long.
  4. ^ The Sava is 945 km long, but as it originates from two shorter rivers, Sava Dolinka and Sava Bohinjka, with the longer headwater of Sava Dolinka it measures 990 km.
  5. ^ The Velika Morava is created by the confluence of the Južna Morava and the Zapadna Morava. The Velika Morava proper is 185 km long, but also counting its longer branch, Zapadna Morava, it is 493 km long. The most distant water source in the Morava watershed is the source of the river Ibar, the longest tributary of the Zapadna Morava, which gives the Ibar-Zapadna Morava-Velika Morava river system a length of 550 km.
  6. ^ The Rusenski Lom is formed by the confluence of the Beli Lom and the Cherni Lom. The Rusenski Lom proper is about 45 km long, but counting its longer branch, the Beli Lom, it is 196.9 km long.

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