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Prut

The Prut (also spelled in English Pruth;, Ukrainian: Прут) is a 953 km (592 mi) long river in Eastern Europe. In part of its course it forms the border between Romania and Moldova.

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Ţinutul Prut
... inutul Prut was one of the ten Romanian ținuturi (regions), founded in 1938 after King Carol II initiated an institutional reform by modifying the 1923 Constitution and ... Moldavia (and central Bessarabia), and was named after the Prut River its capital was the city of Iași ... Ținutul Prut ceased to exist following the territorial loss of Romania to the Soviet Union in June 1940 ...
Moldavian Plateau - Waters
... Streams on the plateau flow into the Siret, Prut, or Dneister rivers ... The Prut has the Jijia as its principal tributary ... Other bodies of water are the rivers Siret and Prut (Lake Stânca-Costeşti, Lake Dubăsari), in the Siret Passage ...
Rădăuţi-Prut
... Rădăuţi-Prut is a commune in Botoşani County, Romania, composed of three villages Miorcani, Rădăuţi-Prut and Rediu ... Rădăuţi-Prut is also a border crossing point between Moldova and Romania ... flint from this formation was collected from the Prut, Raut and Dniester rivers as early as the Palaeolithic, there is yet no evidence of mining the material until the 1800s ...
Bălţi Steppe - Span and Topography
... In Moldova, Bălţi steppe, 1,920 km^2, and Middle Prut Valley, 2,930 km^2 are sometimes together referred to as Moldavian Plain, however one should be warned that in Romania the latter ... the term used to mean Jijia Plain plus Middle Prut Valley plus Bălţi steppe, because the three regions have an identical relief and natural vegetation ... sometimes Bălţi steppe and Middle Prut Valley are lumped together into one term, Bălţi steppe ...