Dvina, Northern
geographical name river 466 miles (750 kilometers) N Russia in Europe flowing NW into White Sea

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Northern Ekaterininsky Canal — ( ru. Cеверо Екатерининский канал, Severo Yekaterininsky Kanal ), or Catherine s Canal is an abandoned canal in the Komi Republic and Perm Oblast in northern Russia, connecting the basin of the Northern Dvina with that of the Kama, a tributary of …   Wikipedia

  • Northern Catherine Canal — Northern Ekaterininsky Canal (Russian: Cеверо Екатерининский канал, Severo Yekaterininsky Kanal), or Catherine s Canal is an abandoned canal in the Komi Republic and Perm Oblast in northern Russia, connecting the basin of the Northern Dvina with… …   Wikipedia

  • Dvina — may refer to: Daugava river, also known as Western Dvina , a river in Russia, Belarus, and Latvia. Northern Dvina, a river in northern Russia. R 12 Dvina, a theatre ballistic missile from the Soviet Union. S 75 Dvina, a surface to air guided… …   Wikipedia

  • Dvina Hotel Arkhangelsk (Arkhangelsk) — Dvina Hotel Arkhangelsk country: Russia, city: Arkhangelsk (City) Dvina Hotel Arkhangelsk Hotel Dvina is located in the very centre of Arkhangelsk. The famous embankment along the picturesque northern Dvina River is just a few minutes walk from… …   International hotels

  • Dvina — [dvē nä′] 1. river in NW Russia, flowing northwest into Dvina Bay near Arkhangelsk: 460 mi (740 km): often called Northern Dvina 2. river in W Russia, flowing from the Valdai Hills northwest through Belarus & Latvia into the Gulf of Riga: 635 mi… …   English World dictionary

  • Northern Dvina River — Coordinates: 64°32′00″N 40°29′00″E / 64.5333333°N 40.4833333°E / 64.5333333; 40.4833333 …   Wikipedia

  • Northern Dvina River — Russian Severnaya Dvina River, northern Russia. Formed by the junction of the Sukhona and Yug rivers, it is one of the largest and most important waterways of the northern European part of Russia. It flows northwest for 462 mi (744 km) and enters …   Universalium

  • Northern Dvina Canal — Coordinates: 59°54′36″N 38°40′32″E / 59.91°N 38.67556°E / 59.91; 38.67556 …   Wikipedia

  • Northern Dvina Governorate — Coordinates: 60°46′N 46°18′E / 60.767°N 46.3°E / 60.767; 46.3 …   Wikipedia

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