Bodrog


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Bodrog

 

a river in Czechoslovakia and Hungary; a right tributary of the Tisza (Tisa). Length, 267 km; basin area, 13,600 sq km. Formed from the confluence of the Latoritsa and Laborec rivers, which rise in the Carpathians. It flows in a winding bed through the central Danubian plain. High water is in spring; there are freshets in summer. The Bodrog is navigable and is used for the flotation of timber.

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Performance security guard and return service will be provided by the physical protection of the facility - Area SVP, OZ Ko ice Management Bodrog, MR 484/25 Trebi ov.
Within the frameworks of the Tisza River Water Tourism Development Program, the Hungarian sections of flowing waters such as the Tisza, Bodrog, Koros and Maros rivers were studied under the collective name of the Tisza River basin, together with all potential target areas for water tourism along these rivers (at an average distance of 5-10 km).
The most favored areas of water tourism are the upper section of the Tisza, the rivers Bodrog and Koros.
The humidity is high from the evaporation of the local Bodrog and Tisza rivers.
Campus SVP, OZ Koice Management Bodrog, MR 484/25 Trebiov.
Campus SVP, OZ Ko ice Management Bodrog, MR 484/25 Trebi ov.