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List of the Rivers in Turkey

Names of the principal rivers for white water river rafting canoeing kayaking in Turkey.

Rivers of Turkey can be divided into several groups depending on where they flow. Flow into the Black Sea : Europe ; Mutludere (also known as Rezovo) flows from Turkey into Bulgaria. 112 km. - Veleka flows into Bulgaria and then into the Black Sea. 147 km (25 km in Turkey)
Anatolia; Kızılırmak 'Red River' is the longest river in Turkey, also known as the Halys River. 1,350 km, Delice River - Devrez River - Gök River (also known as Gökırmak and in Classical times, Amnias ) - Sakarya River is the third longest river in Turkey, also known as Sangarius. 824 km - Seydisuyu - Porsuk Çayı - Ankara River - Yeşilırmak 'Green River' (Classical Iris). 418 km - Çekerek River (Classical Scylax) - Kelkit River (Classical Lycus (one of several) - Yağlıdere - Kılıçlar River - Tohumluk River - Üçköprü is not actually a river but the point where the Kılıçlar and Tohumluk meet - Aksu Deresi in Giresun Province : Batlama River in Giresun - Bartın River (Classical Parthenius) - Çoruh River (Classical Acampsis) - Gelevara Deresi - Kara Dere (Classical Hyssus or Hyssos) - Machakhlistskal(i) - Terme River (Classical Thermodon) - Yenice or Filyos River

Rivers in Turkey flow throughout a green valleys

Flow into the Marmara Sea : Biga Çayı, the classical Granicus - Mustafakemalpaşi Çayı, the classical Ryhndacus - Simav Çayı or Susurluk Çayı, the classical Makestos
Flow into the Aegean Sea Europe : Meriç (Maritsa or Evros) is in the European section of Turkey and has its source in Bulgaria. It is 480 km long. - Tunca is a 350 km tributary in Bulgaria - Ergene is a tributary inside of Turkey. Anatolia : Bakırçay (Classical Caicus or Astraeus) - Büyük Menderes River (Classical Maeander or Meander). 548 km - Lycus (river of Phrygia) - Cadmus (river) - Cayster River or Küçük Menderes. 114 km - Gediz River (Classical Hermus). 401 km- Pactolus (also known as Sart Çayı) - Karamenderes River (Classical Scamander) -
Flow into the Mediterranean Sea : Aksu (Classical Kestros) - Manavgat River - Dim River - Köprüçay River (Classical Eurymedon) - Göksu. 260 km - Limonlu Çayı (also known as Lamos (Cilicia) - Müftü River - Tarsus River (also called Berdan; Classical Cydnus) - Seyhan River (Classical Sarus) - Zamantı River - Ceyhan River (Classical Pyramus or Leucosyrus). 509 km - Payas River - Deli Çay River - Asi River (Classical Orontes) - Afrin River - Karasu - Ermenek River
Flow into the Persian Gulf : Euphrates - Khabur River - Jaghjagh River - Balikh River - Sajur River - Karasu - Murat River - Tigris - Great Zab (in Turkish Büyükzap Suyu) - Khabur (Tigris) - Botan River (Uluçay) - Batman River - Hezir River
Flow into the Caspian Sea: Kura River - Aras River - Arpaçay River (also known as Akhurian) is a tributary of the Aras. It arises in Armenia and forms part of the border between Armenia and Turkey before joining the Aras.