Fluvio Danubio

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Fluvio Danubio
instantia de: fluvio
coordinatas: 45°13'19"N, 29°44'36"E
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affluentes: Inn[*], Sava[*], Tisza[*], Drava[*], Isar[*], Lech[*], Riß[*], Westernach[*], Olt River[*], Argeș River[*], Siret River[*], Rusenski Lom[*], Prut[*], Weihung[*], Leibi[*], Günz[*], Roth[*], Biber[*], Leitha[*], Morava[*], Erlauf[*], Rhine-Main-Danube Canal[*], Iller[*], Schutter[*], Rába[*], Krems[*], Váh[*], Great Morava[*], Hron[*], Timiș River[*], Yantra[*], Enns[*], Iskar[*], Zusam[*], Zwiefalter Aach[*], Wolfach[*], Ybbs[*], Aschach[*], Ilz[*], Kamp[*], Schwechat River[*], Brigach[*], Breg[*], Regen[*], Altmühl[*], Abens[*], Ablach[*], Aiterach[*], Aist[*], Aitrach[*], Lauchert[*], Schwarze Laber[*], Bära[*], Jiu River[*], Fischa[*], Blau[*], Schmutter[*], Friedberger Ach[*], Nera River[*], Große Laber[*], Traun[*], Melk[*], Vuka[*], Paar[*], Vedea River[*], Traisen[*], Donaukanal[*], Wien[*], Naab[*], Ialomița River[*], Schmiech[*], Mindel[*], Gaißa[*], Kinsach[*], Vils[*], Wörnitz[*], Jasenička[*], Osam[*], Biberbach[*], Ipoly[*], Timok[*], Braunsel[*], Aranyhegyi-patak[*], Pielach[*], Brenz[*], Cerna (Danube)[*], Rábca[*], Innbach[*], Q873910[*], ysper[*], Nau[*], Gusen[*], Lauter[*], Q899504[*], Sió[*], Karaš[*], Kessel[*], Călmățui River[*], Donaugraben[*], Wiesent[*], Erlau[*], Egau[*], Q1307839[*], Pek[*], Q1328101[*], Elta[*], Q1430735[*], Mlava[*], Által-ér[*], Gießenbach[*], Glött[*], Q1548489[*], Q1548774[*], Q1559329[*], Hengersberger Ohe[*], Q1642204[*], Mailinger Bach[*], Ostrach[*], Stille Musel[*], Kanzach[*], Q1738343[*], Kleine Donau[*], Q1746495[*], Kleine Ohe[*], Vit[*], Klosterbach[*], Krähenbach[*], Kötach[*], Otterbach[*], Vydrica[*], Perschling river[*], Archar River[*], Pfatter[*], Ranna[*], Rodl River[*], Rot[*], Q2177980[*], Q2246193[*], Schmiecha[*], Schwarzach[*], Stehbach[*], Ogosta[*], Q2387944[*], Rötelbach[*], Camenița River[*], Ursentalbach[*], Ussel[*], Wulfbach[*], Bolečica[*], Lom[*], Mostonga[*], Jezava[*], Nadela[*], Q3495149[*], Žepa[*], Porečka[*], Q4101142[*], Ribiș River[*], Crușovița River[*], Oravița River[*], Elișeva River[*], Pârâul Țiganilor[*], Boșneag River[*], Caonița River[*], Sicolovăț River[*], Aiorman River[*], Vodița River[*], Sușcava River[*], Tișovița River[*], Stariște River[*], Blahnița River[*], Dudaș River[*], Plavișevița River[*], Topolnița River[*], Călmățui River[*], Recița River[*], Țibrin River[*], Costinețiu River[*], Valea Mare River[*], Desnățui River[*], Bistrița River[*], Alibeg River[*], Almălău River[*], Bahna River[*], Baronul River[*], Begena River[*], Berza River[*], Berzasca River[*], Budovar[*], Calachioi River[*], Canaraua Fetei River[*], Canlia River[*], Celei River[*], Cerna River[*], Chichirgeaua River[*], Ciuceavca River[*], Cozla River[*], Drincea River[*], Dunărea River[*], Dâlboca River[*], Galița River[*], Groțca River[*], Gârla Ciulinețul[*], Ieșelnița River[*], Iuți River[*], Jegălia River[*], Jidoștița River[*], Jieț River[*], Liuborajdia River[*], Liubotina River[*], Livadica[*], Luncavița River[*], Mala River[*], Mostiștea River[*], Mraconia River[*], Nedeia River[*], Nămolești River[*], Paolina River[*], Parapanca River[*], Peștera River[*], Ponicova River[*], Prva River[*], Rasova River[*], Râul Mic[*], Saraoschi River[*], Sirina River[*], Suhodolu River[*], Suva River, Danube[*], Sâi River[*], Sărăceaua River[*], Topolog River[*], Ursa River[*], Valea Mare River[*], Valea Plopilor River[*], Valea Satului River[*], Varad River[*], Vederoasa River[*], Zascoc River[*], Zboiul River[*], Q9347789[*], Q12293889[*], Baja Canal[*], Urluia River[*], Jijila River[*], Detten Bach[*], Feckinger Bach[*], Q15820374[*], Q16331700[*], Q16740433[*], Q15056153[*], Q17325658[*], Schwarzach[*], Q19284671[*], Q21875855[*], Q23930113[*], Q33061062[*]
continente: Europa
paises: Austria, Germania, Slovachia, Croatia, Bulgaria, Moldova, Ukraina, Romania, Hungaria, Serbia
ID VIAF: [251797299]
ID GeoNames: [791630]
Commons: Danube

Le Danubio es un fluvio in Europa Central, e illo es le secunde plus longe fluvio in le continente, sequente le Volga.

Le Danubio al Porta de Ferro, sur le bordo de Serbia e Romania

Classificate como un via international de aqua, illo nasce in le burgo de Donaueschingen in le Foreste Nigre de Germania al confluentia del fluvios Brigach e Breg. Le Danubio postea flue al sud-est pro 2.872 km, passante per quatro capitales in Europa Central e del Est ante fluer a in le Mar Nigre via le Delta del Danubio in Romania e Ukraina.

Cognoscite in historia como un del frontieras ancian del Imperio Roman, le fluvio passa per o forma parte del bordos de dece paises. Su bassino hydrographic es dividite per Romania (28,9%), Hungaria (11,7%), Austria (10,3%), Serbia (10,3%), Germania (7,5%), Slovakia (5,8%), Bulgaria (5,2%), Croatia (4,5%), Ukraina (3,8%), e Moldova (1,6%). [1]

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  1. Countries of the Danube River Basin. International Commission for the protection of the Danube River. Recuperate le 2010-11-13. (anglese)
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