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Raul Olt
Oltenia

Oltul este unul din cele mai importante râuri din România. Izvorăște din munții Hășmașu Mare, în Carpații Orientali. Curge prin județele Harghita, Covasna, Brașov, Sibiu, Vâlcea, Olt și Teleorman.

Principalele orașe prin care trece sunt: Miercurea Ciuc, Sfântu Gheorghe, Făgăraș, Râmnicu Vâlcea și Slatina. Oltul se varsă în Dunăre lângă Turnu Măgurele, la Islaz.
Parcurge un traseu complex: Depresiunea Ciucului, Depresiunea Brașovului, Depresiunea Făgărașului, Defileul Turnu Roșu-Cozia, Subcarpații și Podișul Getic, Câmpia Română. Pe Olt există aproape 30 de lacuri de acumulare.
Are o lungime de 615 km.

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Taken: 11/03/2011
Uploaded: 11/03/2011
Updated: 23/09/2014
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  • andra ana maria almost 2 years ago
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