Definition of Maritsa in English:


Syllabification: Ma·ri·tsa
Pronunciation: /məˈrētsə
A river in southern Europe that rises in southwestern Bulgaria and flows 300 miles (480 km) south to the Aegean Sea. It forms the border between Bulgaria and Greece and between Greece and Turkey. Its ancient name is the Hebros or Hebrus. Turkish name Meriç; Greek name Évros.

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