The Begej ( Serbian: Begej or Бегеј, Romanian and German: Bega, Hungarian: Béga) is a river in Romania and Serbia. It rises in the Poiana Ruscă mountains, part of the Carpathian Mountains. It flows through the Romanian cities Făget and Timişoara and the Serbian city Zrenjanin. It flows into the Tisa river near Titel. ...more on Wikipedia about "Begej"
Caraş (Romanian: Caraş, Serbian: Karaš or Караш) is a river in Southeastern Europe that rises in the Aninei Mountains, Romania and flows into the Danube in Serbia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Caraş River"
The Danube ( , Slovak: Dunaj, , Croatian: Dunav, Serbian: Дунав/Dunav, Bulgarian: Дунав, , , Latin: Danuvius) is Europe's second-longest river (after the Volga). ...more on Wikipedia about "Danube"
The Drin (Дрим / Drim in Macedonian and in Serbian) is the longest river in Albania, which empties into the Adriatic Sea near the city of Lezhë and the river Buna (Bojana in Serbian) near Rozafa. It starts at the confluence of the Black Drin and White Drin tributary rivers, in the city of Kukës. ...more on Wikipedia about "Drin River"
The Drina is a river on the border of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia and Montenegro. ...more on Wikipedia about "Drina"
The Ibar river ( Serbian Cyrillic: Река Ибар) is a river in southern Serbia and Montenegro, with a total length of 276 km (171 miles). It rises in the Mokra Planina mountains of eastern Montenegro and runs east to Kosovska Mitrovica in Kosovo, before turning north to join the Zapadna Morava in central Serbia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ibar River"
The Morača is a river that runs through the city of Podgorica, in the state of Montenegro. ...more on Wikipedia about "Morača"
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The Morava or Great Morava (Морава or Велика Морава) is a river in Serbia that flows into the Danube near Smederevo. ...more on Wikipedia about "Morava rivers, Serbia"
The Nera ( Romanian: Nera, Serbian: Nera or Нера, Hungarian: Néra) is a river in Southeastern Europe that rises in the eastern Banat, Romania (county Caraş-Severin) and flows into the Danube on the border between Romania and Serbia, near Bela Crkva. ...more on Wikipedia about "Nera River, Banat"
Nišava (Нишава in Cyrillic) is a river in Serbia and Bulgaria and a right tributary of South Morava. ...more on Wikipedia about "Nišava"
Sava also Save (in German: Save; in Hungarian: Száva) is a river in Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia and Montenegro, a right side tributary of Danube at Belgrade. It is 940 km long and drains 95,720 km2 of surface area. In Roman times the river was named Savus. It is often considered a northern boundary of the Balkans. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sava"
The Tara River emerges from the confluence of the Ospanica and Verusa Rivers in the Dinaric Alps of Montenegro, flows 144 kilometers northward and converges with the Piva River near the Bosnian border to form the Drina River. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tara River (Montenegro)"
The Timiş ( Romanian: Timiş, Serbian: Tamiš or Тамиш, Hungarian: Temes, German: Temesch) is a river rising in the Semenic Mountains, southern Carpathian Mountains, Caraş-Severin county, Romania. It flows through the Banat region and flows into the Danube near Pančevo, in northern Serbia. The cities Caransebeş and Lugoj lie on the Timiş. ...more on Wikipedia about "Timiş River"
Timok ( Cyrillic: Тимок, Latin: Timacus) is a river in Serbia. It takes its source from the western parts of Stara Planina and is a border river between the republics of Serbia and Montenegro and Bulgaria for 15 km before it pours into the Danube. Timok is a right tributary of the Danube and the river's mouth is the northwesternmost point of Bulgaria. Timok's length is 189 km. The river's average discharge is 40 m³/ s and its watershed embraces 4666 km². ...more on Wikipedia about "Timok River"
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Tisza ([ˈtisa], Hungarian; Ukrainian Tysa/Тиса Romanian, Slovak, Serbian Tisa and German Theiß)) is a river, a tributary of the Danube and one of the major rivers of Central Europe. It originates in Ukraine and passes through Hungary, Romania, Slovakia and Serbia and Montenegro. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tisza"
Zeta is a river in Montenegro. It starts near ...more on Wikipedia about "Zeta River"
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