"either the Pruth or the Sereth"
The Siret River
Creative Commons AttributionThe Siret River - Credit: Cezar Suceveanu on Wikimedia Commons

The Pruth (or Prut) is a long river that flows through Eastern Europe. Its source is in the Carpathian Mountains in the Ukraine, flowing east and eventually joining the Danube east of the Romanian town Galaţi (Galatz), the place Count Dracula disembarked on his return journey to Transylvania.


The Sereth (or Siret) is another river that begins in the Carpathians in the Ukraine, flowing through Romania before joining the Danube.


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