Definition of Danube river
1. Noun. The 2nd longest European river (after the Volga); flows from southwestern Germany to the Black Sea. "Vienna, Budapest, and Belgrade are on the banks of the Danube"
Group relationships: Bulgaria, Republic Of Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Deutschland, Federal Republic Of Germany, Frg, Germany, Romania, Roumania, Rumania, Federal Republic Of Yugoslavia, Jugoslavija, Serbia And Montenegro, Union Of Serbia And Montenegro, Yugoslavia, Austria, Oesterreich, Republic Of Austria, Hungary, Magyarorszag, Republic Of Hungary, Ukraine, Ukrayina
Generic synonyms: River
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Literary usage of Danube river
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1. Hydropolitics along the Jordan River; Scarce Water and Its Impact on the by Aaron T. Wolf (1995)
"This Declaration led in turn to the 1994 danube river Protection Convention. Background The danube river basin lies at the heart of Central Europe and is ..."
2. Geographical and Industrial Studies: The New Europe by Nellie Burnham Allen (1920)
"... cOl'NTRIES OF CENTRAL EUROPE AXD THE danube river If yni look at any map of Europe printed before ..."
3. Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal (1849)
"The first attempt to navigate the danube river by steam was attended with great difficulty, in consequence of the numerous sandbanks, quicksands, ..."
4. Inland Waterways & Environmental Protection by Oecd, Evropská konference ministrů dopravy (2006)
"The International Commission for Protection of the danube river (ICPDR) works to ensure the sustainable and equitable use of waters and freshwater resources ..."
5. Strengthening Inland Waterway Transport: Pan-european Co-operation for Progress by Oecd, Evropská konference ministrů dopravy (2006)
"Furthermore, inland navigation on the danube river has hitherto been severely ... Especially, the sea river traffic along the danube river and in the Black ..."