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Bega River (Romania and Serbia)

LC control no.sh2010013123
Geographic headingBega River (Romania and Serbia)
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Geographic subdivision usageBega River (Romania and Serbia)
Variant(s)Begeiul (Romania and Serbia)
Begej River (Romania and Serbia)
Begheiul (Romania and Serbia)
Rîu Bega (Romanian and Serbia)
Rîul Bega (Romania and Serbia)
See alsoRivers--Romania
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Found inWork cat.: 2009442874: Jancsó, Árpád. A Bega, a Bánság elkényeztett folyója, 2007: t.p. (Bega) p. 5 (originates in the Pojána Ruszka mountain valley in Romania) p. 12-13 (245 km. long; also known as the Béga, Bega, Begej) p. 16 (Serbo-Croatian: Begej, Hungarian: Béga/Bega, German and Romanian Bega, old Hungarian: Bege)
GeoNet Aug. 19, 2010 (Bega, stream, 45°12'31"N 020°18'55"E, Serbia (general); Romania (approved) Bega, Râul; variants: Rîu Bega; Rîul Bega, Begeiul; Begheiul; Begej) [GeoNet gives Serbia as incorrect source of river; source is in Romania]
Wikipedia, Aug. 19, 2010 (Bega Begej/Бегеј River; length 256 km (159 mi), basin 2,870 km2 (1,108 sq mi). The Bega (Romanian: Bega, Serbian: Begej (Бегеј), German: Bega, Hungarian: Béga) is a 254 km long river in Romania (178 km) and Serbia (76 km). It rises in the Poiana Ruscă mountains in Romania, part of the Carpathian Mountains, and it flows into the Tisa river near Titel, Vojvodina, Serbia.)
Columbia gazeteer of the world online, Oct. 12, 2010: (Bega River; in W Romania and NE Serbia)