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Prut
Prut near Hoverla.jpg
Kintras Ukraine, Romanie, Moldovae
Oblasts/
Coonties/
Destricts
Ukraine: Ivano-Frankivsk O.,
Chernivtsi O.
Romanie: Botoșani C., Iași C.,
Vaslui C., Galați C.
Moldovae Briceni d., Edineț d.,
Rîșcani d., Glodeni d., Fălești d.,
Ungheni d., Nisporeni d.,
Hîncești d., Leova d., Cantemir d.,
Cahul d.
Tributaries
 - right Cheremosh, Jijia
Ceeties Kolomyia, Chernivtsi, Ungheni,
Leova, Cahul
Soorce Carpathian Moontains
 - location Mt. Hoverla, Ivano-Frankivsk O., Ukraine
Mooth Danube
 - location Giurgiulești, Romanie/Moldovae
 - coordinates 45°28′8″N 28°12′28″E / 45.46889°N 28.20778°E / 45.46889; 28.20778Coordinates: 45°28′8″N 28°12′28″E / 45.46889°N 28.20778°E / 45.46889; 28.20778
Lenth 953 km (592 mi)
Basin 27,500 km2 (10,618 sq mi)
Dischairge
 - average 110 m3/s (3,885 cu ft/s)
Offeecial River Code XIII.1
Prut river.jpg
Cairt o the Prut River

The Prut (an aa spelled in Scots/Inglis Pruth or on cairts as Prout; Romanie pronunciation: [prut], Ukrainian: Прут) is a 953 km (592 mi) lang river in Eastren Europe.