3.4 Major Rivers 1 Labe ( Elbe ) With a length of 1094 km, the eighth-order River Elbe (Czech: Labe ) is the third longest river in central Europe (after the Danube and Rhine). 2 Morava River. 3 Odra (Oder)
Elbe River , Czech Labe , one of the major waterways of central Europe. It runs from the Czech Republic through Germany to the North Sea, flowing generally to the northwest.
While the Elbe is the longest Czech-related river when measured through its overall length (i.e. including its lower course in Germany), its tributary the Vltava surpasses it as the longest river within the territory of the Czech Republic itself.
The Vltava River flows through the centre of Prague , and is the waterway around which the city has developed over the past 1000 years. The Old Town and the New Town lie on one side of the Vltava River . On the other bank is the Lesser Town and Prague Castle, which is a magnificent sight from the water.
The Vistula is the main river in Poland, which flows from the mountains in the south to the Baltic Sea in the north.
Padma River, main channel of the greater Ganges (Ganga) River in Bangladesh . For some 90 miles (145 km) the Ganges River forms the western boundary between India and Bangladesh before it enters Bangladesh at the northern edge of the Kushtia district as the upper segment of the Padma River.
It is commonly referred to as the “Czech national river”. Both the Czech name Vltava and the German name Moldau are believed to originate from the old Germanic words *wilt ahwa (“wild water”; compare Latin aqua).
The Elbe River provides a trade route as far inland as Prague, and is linked by canals to Berlin, the industrial areas of Germany and the Baltic Sea.
Prague is often listed as a starting or ending point of a cruise; however, Prague is not located on the Danube River. It’s about 140 miles north of Passau and about 190 northeast of Nuremberg.
listen)) is a medieval stone arch bridge that crosses the Vltava (Moldau) river in Prague, Czech Republic. Its construction started in 1357 under the auspices of King Charles IV, and finished in the early 15th century.
Phonetic spelling of Vltava . vl-ta-va. Vl-tava. vuhl-tah-vah. Examples of in a sentence. We listen to a bit of Vltava and From BohemiaÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s wood and fields and talk about the obstacles Smetana had before him when composing this piece. Ã¢â‚¬â€œ Vltava , PalÃƒÂ¡ Translations of Vltava . German : Moldau. Italian : moldava.