Dnieper River

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a river that rises in Russia near Smolensk and flowing south through Belarus and Ukraine to empty into the Black Sea

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Here are a continuation of an article on the Iron Age in the Mediterranean, contributions to the continuing Al Mina debate, a study of local schools in Thracian Toreutics of the fourth century BC in a broader context, and a chronology of cultural transformations in the basins of the Upper Dneiper and Western Dvina in the first to fifth centuries AD.
Hydro-electric reservoirs became the biggest projects on every continent, from the Dneiper in the Soviet Union to the Tennessee Valley Authority to the Aswan across the Nile and Australia's Snowy Mountains Scheme.
As the workshop was held at a family retreat on the banks of the river Dneiper, many children were present.
Apostle Andrew taught the Slavonic people on the River Dneiper and baptized them.
Aside from Donetsk, hard coal is also found in the Lviv-Volynian basin; lignite is found in the Dneiper basin and, locally in the Transcarpathian region.
Skiiers can enjoy the slopes of the Carpathian and Crimean mountains, while those seeking downtime can opt for a cruise along the historic Dneiper River to the Black Sea where some of Europe's most stunning, least-crowded beaches await.
Papers also examine the chronological evidence of Scythian settlements and those in the Lower Dneiper region and of the alliance between Chersonesos and Pharnakes.
Under the signs of amber horned moon, fiery Crab nebula, they follow to its source winding rivers of smoke--misty blue Niles, meandering Orinocos, swift-flowing Colorados, nicotine-golden Rhines, sluggish brown Ganges, tarry Euphrates, ice-floe frozen Dneipers, Volgas, Dons .