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Aranca
Zlatica (Златица)
Zlatica River near Padej.jpg
Zlatica River at Padej (Serbia)
Location
CountryRomania (Arad County, Timiș County)
Serbia (Vojvodina Province)
Physical characteristics
MouthTisa
 • location
Ada, Serbia
 • coordinates
45°48′44″N 20°08′54″E / 45.8122°N 20.1482°E / 45.8122; 20.1482
Length117 km (73 mi)
Basin size1,470 km2 (570 sq mi)
Basin features
ProgressionTiszaDanubeBlack Sea
Tributaries 
 • leftGiucoșin
 • rightIgriș, Mureșan, Cociohat
Devet grla bridge across Zlatica River near Crna Bara.
Devet grla bridge across Zlatica River near Crna Bara.
This is the place near Padej where Zlatica River meets Tisa River.
This is the place near Padej where Zlatica River meets Tisa River.

The Aranca or Zlatica (Romanian: Aranca, Serbian: Златица / Zlatica, Hungarian: Aranka) is a 117 km long river in the Banat region of Romania and Serbia, left tributary of the river Tisa.[1][2]

Hydronymy

The Serbian and Hungarian names of the river carry the meaning the golden river.

Course

The Aranca originates in Romania, in the northern part of Banat, southwest of the city of Arad. It flows to the west, next to the large villages of Sânpetru Mare, Saravale, the town of Sânnicolau Mare, Dudeștii Vechi and Vălcani, where it leaves Romania after the course of 76 km and enters Serbia as the Zlatica for the remaining 41 km.

In Serbia, the river turns southwest, receives from the right the Kikinda canal which connects it to the Canal Danube-Tisa-Danube to the south, flows next to the village of Padej and empties into the Tisa river at the town of Ada. Near the village of Banatski Monoštor the Zlatica receives from the right its main tributary, another Romanian-Serbian river, the Begej (not to be confused with larger Begej that flows into the Tisa).

Characteristics

The Aranca belongs to the Danube drainage basin, itself draining 1,470 km² (790 km² in Romania, 680 km² in Serbia). In the lower part it has been channelized, so its navigable for the last 10 km and also very important for the irrigation of the arable land in its valley. Near the village of Jazovo, waters of the Zlatica are used for the Ostojićevo fish pond, and a natural Celeruša bog is also located there.

Settlements located near the river

Romania

Serbia

References

  1. ^ "Planul național de management. Sinteza planurilor de management la nivel de bazine/spații hidrografice, anexa 7.1" (PDF, 5.1 MB). Administrația Națională Apele Române. 2010. p. 473.
  2. ^ Atlasul cadastrului apelor din România. Partea 1 (in Romanian). Bucharest: Ministerul Mediului. 1992. pp. 190–191. OCLC 895459847. River code: IV.2
  • Mala Prosvetina Enciklopedija, Third edition (1985); Prosveta; ISBN 86-07-00001-2
  • Jovan Đ. Marković (1990): Enciklopedijski geografski leksikon Jugoslavije; Svjetlost-Sarajevo; ISBN 86-01-02651-6
  • Srpska porodična enciklopedija, Vol. X (2007); Narodna knjiga and Politika NM; ISBN 978-86-331-2739-4
  • Trasee turistice – județul Arad [1]
  • Trasee turistice – județul Timiș [2]
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