Strimón

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Strimón:

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, Gr. Strimón, river, 216 mi (348 km) long, rising in the mountains of W Bulgaria and flowing S, through NE Greece, to the Aegean Sea.
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, river, Bulgaria and Greece.
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The average rainfall in the plains is between 50 and 70 liters per square meter, along the Black Sea and the Struma River Valley - between 30 and 50 liters per square meter, and in the mountain areas - from 70 to 130 liters per square meter.
The southern border of the graben is defined by the Krupnik fault, which orientation is changeable--about 80-90[degrees] near the village of Krupnik and 20-40[degrees] at 2 km eastward from Struma River (Figs.
The spills are most likely to occur in the northern part of the country along the rivers Ogosta, Iskar, Osam, Vit, Rositsa, and Yantra as well as along the Struma river and the tributaries of the Maritsa River in its upper course - the rivers Chepinska, Topolnitsa and Vacha.
It will be cloudy with rain, mixed with snow and sleet in northern, western Bulgaria, and along the Struma River, while the mercury will begin to slowly climb up.
In addition to having a bear bridge over the Struma Highway, which will run through the gorge of the Struma River, the project also provides for a special "rabbit fence" with concrete foundations to keep away rabbits from the road, while also preventing them digging holes at the foundation of the fence.
The truck swallowed by the flooded Struma river at the beginning of December has been dragged out of the waters, just a month after rescue units found the dead body of the driver.
The torrential rains in Southwest Bulgaria at the beginning of December let the Struma River to rise by five meters in the Kresna Gorge, some 120 km south of Sofia, causing a landslide that undermined the international E-79 road connecting Bulgaria with Greece, which collapsed into the river.
The torrential rains in Southwest Bulgaria two weeks ago led the Struma River to rise by five meters in the Krasna Gorge, some 120 km south of Sofia, causing a landslide that undermined the road, which collapsed into the river.