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List of rivers of Turkey

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List of rivers of Turkey

Map of Turkey showing major rivers
Map of Turkey (and adjacent areas) with rivers

Rivers of Turkey can be divided into several groups depending on where they flow.

Flow into the Black Sea

Europe

  • Mutludere (also known as Rezovo) flows from Turkey into Bulgaria. 112&n
  • Veleka flows into Bulgaria and then into the Black Sea. 147 km (25 km in Turkey)

Anatolia

Flow into the Marmara Sea

Flow into the Aegean Sea

Europe

  • Meriç (Maritsa or Evros) is in the European section of Turkey and has its source in Bulgaria. It is 480 km long.
    • Tunca is a 350 km tributary in Bulgaria
    • Ergene is a tributary inside of Turkey.

Anatolia

Flow into the Mediterranean Sea

Flow into the Persian Gulf

Flow into the Caspian Sea

Ancient

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