Răut

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Răut, also referred to as Reut (Romanian: Răut, Ukrainian and Russian: Реут (Reut), Yiddish: רעװעט‎ (Revet)) is a river in Moldova, a right tributary of Dniester. Răut, generally navigable until 18-19th century, is navigable today only by small recreational boats.

Răut
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Map of the Răut River (in Romanian or Moldavian)
Location
CountryMoldova
Physical characteristics
MouthDniester
 • coordinates
47°14′40″N 29°08′50″E / 47.2445°N 29.1471°E / 47.2445; 29.1471Coordinates: 47°14′40″N 29°08′50″E / 47.2445°N 29.1471°E / 47.2445; 29.1471
Length286 km (178 mi)
Basin size7,760 km2 (3,000 sq mi)
Basin features
ProgressionDniesterDniester EstuaryBlack Sea

The towns Bălți, Orhei and Florești are located by the river.