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The Òsam (Bulgarian: Осъм) is a river in northern Bulgaria. Its drainage basin is in between that of the river Vit
Vit
to the west and the Yantra
Yantra
system to the east.[1] The river has two main tributaries in its upper course: the Black Osam
Osam
takes its source from the foot of Levski Peak in the Balkan Mountains, at an altitude of 1,821 m (5,974 ft), while the White Osam
Osam
has its source on the northern slopes of the Kozya Stena peak. In Troyan, the black and white Osam join. It runs north towards Lovech, then north-east until Letnitsa
Letnitsa
and Levski, where it turns north-west until it flows into the river Danube 5 km west of the town of Nikopol. The ancient name of the river was Assamus. References[edit]

^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2009-09-02. Retrieved 2009-07-13.  Поречието на р. Осъм

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The Danube

Countries

Germany Austria Slovakia Hungary Croatia Serbia Bulgaria Romania Moldova Ukraine

Cities

Ulm Ingolstadt Regensburg Passau Linz Vienna Bratislava Győr Budapest Vukovar Ilok Novi Sad Belgrade Ruse Brăila Galați Izmail Tulcea

Tributaries

Iller Lech Regen Isar Inn Morava Váh Hron Ipeľ/Ipoly Drava Tisza/Tisa Sava Timiș/Tamiš Great Morava Timok Jiu Iskar Olt Osam Yantra Vedea Argeș Ialomița Siret Prut

See also

List of islands in the Danube List of crossings of the Danube

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Lovech
Lovech
Municipality

Capital: Lovech

Villages

Ablanitsa Aleksandrovo Bahovitsa Balgarene Brestovo Chavdartsi Dabrava Devetaki Doyrentsi Drenov Goran Gorno Pavlikene Gostinya Khlevene Izvorche Kakrina Kazachevo Leshnitsa Lisets Malinovo Prelom Presyaka Radyuvene Skobelevo Slatina Slavyani Slivek Smochan Sokolovo Stefanovo Tepava Umarevtsi Vladinya Yoglav

Landmarks

Covered Bridge Osam
Osam
river

Culture

Battle of Lovcha Litex Lovech Radyuvene
Radyuvene
treasure

Notable people

Joseph I of Bulgaria Georgi Ivanov Dimitar Dimov Simeon Djankov Panayot Pipkov Petar Houbchev

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