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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Roy Hodgson's men took in the sights of the Ukrainian capital, which include the Golden Gate, Red University building, Dnieper river and the Monastery of the Caves which has a network of caverns where monks lived and are buried.
The EIB loan will support the refurbishment and upgrading of 22 conventional and pumped storage hydropower plants at six power stations along the Dnieper river, in central Ukraine.
bugensis spread throughout the Dnieper River and colonized newly constructed reservoirs (Zhuravel 1965, Orlova et al.
The EBRD loan will facilitate the modernisation of 28 power units on the Dnieper River, extending their lifetime by 30 years.
The city sits upon seven mountains along the storied Dnieper River in the northern part of the country.
If it's Ukraine that you fancy, take the 12-day 'Footsteps of the Cossacks' cruise on the Dnieper river.
Following the announcement of RusHydro's (HYDR - Buy) strategy to expand outside of Russia and acquire 5GW of installed capacity by 2020, RusHydro was mentioned by Deputy PM Igor Sechin as a potential participant in the modernization of the hydropower plant network on the Dnieper River in Ukraine.
IAAEve watched white-tailed eagles on a vast swampy island in the middle of the Dnieper River, listened as unseen nuns filled a vaulted church with their harmonies, marveled at the parade of tall women in stilettos clicking confidently down icy sidewalks and suffered a mild concussion myself when my feet shot out from under me in a frozen alley.
The show also included paintings of birch groves and reeds, variously reflected and backdropped by the Dnieper River, where Tarkovsky filmed much of his tale about a World War II orphan boy adopted by a Soviet army unit in the Eastern Front.
the Dnieper River emerged as the geographical divide between the Atlantic and Russo-Siberian migration systems .
Bayesian assignment tests, three-dimensional factorial component analysis, analysis of molecular variance, and contingency tests of genetic differentiation significantly link the central Great Lakes region with genotypes from the port of Kherson, Ukraine near the mouth of the Dnieper River in the north central Black Sea (p> 0.
What is surprising is that when sailing up the Dnieper River the Salient's captain would go ashore and come back with the Daily Mail or the Echo.
While a young man there in the 1950s, his experiences ranged from teaching a young woman to swim the Dnieper River, to being caught up in the Cold War and coming under suspicion as a spy.