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River Tisza and Bodrog at Tokaj from above
Country Slovakia, Hungary
Main source Confluence of Ondava and Latorica rivers in Slovakia
River mouth Tokaj
Progression TiszaDanubeBlack Sea
Basin size 13,579 km2 (5,243 sq mi)
Physical characteristics
Length 67 km (42 mi)
  • Average rate:
    115 m3/s (4,100 cu ft/s)

The Bodrog is a river in eastern Slovakia and north-eastern Hungary. It is a tributary to the river Tisza. The Bodrog is formed by the confluence of the rivers Ondava and Latorica near Zemplin (village) in eastern Slovakia. It crosses the Slovak–Hungarian border at the village of Felsőberecki (near Sátoraljaújhely) in Hungary, and Streda nad Bodrogom in Slovakia, where it is also the lowest point in Slovakia (94.3 m AMSL), and continues its flow through the Hungarian county Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén, until it meets the river Tisza,[1] in Tokaj. A town along its course is Sárospatak, in Hungary.

Its length is 67 km (15 in Slovakia, 52 in Hungary). Its watershed area is 13,579 km² of which 972 km² is in Hungary. The river is rich in fish.


  1. "Area along the Bodrog". Retrieved 4 September 2015.

Coordinates: 48°07′N 21°25′E / 48.117°N 21.417°E / 48.117; 21.417

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