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The Cerna (also: Cerna Hunedoreană or Cerna Ardeleană, Hungarian: Cserna-patak) is a left tributary of the river Mureș in Transylvania, Romania.[1] Its name both in Romanian and Hungarian languages originates from a Slav language, meaning "black (water)". Its source is in the Poiana Ruscă Mountains. It flows through the town Hunedoara and the villages Gura Bordului, Lunca Cernii de Sus, Lunca Cernii de Jos, Hășdău, Dăbâca, Toplița, Cinciș-Cerna, Teliucu Superior, Teliucu Inferior, Peștișu Mare and Sântandrei. It discharges into the Mureș near Deva.

Cerna
Cerna Hunedoreană, Cerna Ardeleană
Cerna river at barcea mare.jpg
Native nameCserna-patak
Location
CountryRomania
CountiesHunedoara County
CommunesLunca Cernii de Jos, Toplița, Teliucu Inferior, Hunedoara, Deva, Simeria
Physical characteristics
SourcePoiana Ruscă Mountains
MouthMureș
 ⁃ location
Upstream of Deva
 ⁃ coordinates
45°53′1″N 22°56′59″E / 45.88361°N 22.94972°E / 45.88361; 22.94972Coordinates: 45°53′1″N 22°56′59″E / 45.88361°N 22.94972°E / 45.88361; 22.94972
Basin features
ProgressionMureșTiszaDanubeBlack Sea

TributariesEdit

The following rivers are tributaries to the river Cerna:

ReferencesEdit

  • Trasee turistice – județul Hunedoara [1]