- Crasna River (Tisza)
For other uses of "Crasna", see Crasna (disambiguation).
Crasna River (Kraszna) RiverThe Kraszna at Mátészalka in Hungary Countries Romania, Hungary Counties Romania: Sălaj and Satu Mare
Towns Şimleu Silvaniei, Mátészalka Mouth Tisza - location Vásárosnamény - coordinates 48°8′16″N 22°19′8″E / 48.13778°N 22.31889°E Length 193 km (120 mi)
The Crasna (Romanian) or Kraszna (Hungarian) is the name of a river in northwestern Romania and northeastern Hungary.
The Crasna is a tributary of the Tisza River. Its source is in Transylvania, Romania, near the village of Crasna. It flows through the Romanian counties Sălaj and Satu Mare and the Hungarian county Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg. It flows into the Tisza in Vásárosnamény. Cities along the Crasna are Şimleu Silvaniei in Romania, Nagyecsed and Mátészalka in Hungary.
Towns and villages
The following towns and villages are situated along the river Crasna, from source to mouth: Horoatu Crasnei, Crasna, Vârşolţ, Pericei, Şimleu Silvaniei, Măerişte, Sărmăşag, Bobota, Supur, Acâş, Craidorolţ, Moftin, Berveni (in Romania) and Nagyecsed, Mátészalka and Vásárosnamény (in Hungary).
The following rivers are tributaries to the river Crasna:
Left: Valea Banului, Morăuţa, Carastelec, Zanicel, Valea Neagră
Right: Cizer, Pria, Poniţa, Coliţca, Zalău, Henţ, Maja, Hodişa, Tăul Terebeşti, Homorodul Vechi, Crasna Veche, Aporliget
- Administraţia Naţională Apelor Române - Cadastrul Apelor - Bucureşti
- Institutul de Meteorologie şi Hidrologie - Rîurile României - Bucureşti 1971
- ICPA - Comune vulnerabile - Judeţul Satu Mare 
- Trasee turistice judeţul Sălaj 
- Trasee turistice - judeţul Satu Mare 
- Rivers of Romania
- Rivers of the Someş subbasin
- Rivers of Sălaj County
- Rivers of Satu Mare County
- Tisza basin
- Rivers of Hungary
- International rivers of Europe
- Romania geography stubs
- Hungary geography stubs
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