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The Vltava is the longest river in the Czech Republic, running north from its source near the German border in Šumava through Český Krumlov, České Budějovice, and Prague, merging with the Elbe at Mělník.


Vltava is a musical group.


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Vltava has been in operation since 1940 when the Prague Steamboat Company decided to renovate its fleet. After World War II there were 17 steamboats altogether but as time went by they decayed and most of them were set aside. Only two of them are still in use – Vltava and Vyšehrad.

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Google previewSystem Identification, Environmental Modelling, and Control System Design (2011)

by Liuping Wang, Hugues Garnier

The Vltava is a major tributary of the Elbe (in fact it usually contributes the greater proportion of the downstream discharge). The last Czech water quality station on the Elbe before the German frontier is then Decin at a distance of 102 km from ...

Google previewEuropean Media Governance (2007)

National and Regional Dimensions by Georgios Terzis

CRo3 Vltava is a culture station. CRo4 Radio ...

Google previewEurope For Dummies (2005)

by Reid Bramblett

Renting a paddle boat: The Vltava is a beautiful river, filled with graceful swans ...

Google previewMerriam-Webster's Collegiate Encyclopedia (2000)

by Merriam-Webster, Inc

Vltava River Vval-ta-vaX German Moldau River, Czech Republic. It rises in SW - Bohemia from two headstreams in the Bohemian Forest, then flows southeast, and north across Bohemia to empty into the -Elbe River. At 270 mi (435 km), it is the ...

Google previewWinston's Cumulative Loose-leaf Encyclopedia (1921)

A Comprehensive Reference Book by Charles Morris

Vltava, the Vltava from Prague, the Oder Part VI provides for the repatriation from Oppa, the Niemen from Grodno, and of prisoners of war and makes arrange- the Danube from Ulm ; the opening of the mcnts for caring for the graves of soldiers ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica (1911)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information

Vltava. It is difficult to connect this historical event with the legend of St John of Ncpomuk, who was canonized by the church of Rome in 1729, mainly by the influence of the Jesuits, »ho hoped that this new cult would obliterate the memory of ...

Google previewThe New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy (2002)

by Eric Donald Hirsch, Joseph F. Kett, James S. Trefil

Capital of The Czech Republic, situated on both banks of the Vltava River; the republic's largest city, as well as its most important industrial city; a leading European industrial and commercial center. * From the fourteenth to the ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of European Peoples (2006)

by Carl Waldman, Catherine Mason

Vltava, Ohˇre, and Morava, which supplies a fertile agricultural valley. The republic's area is 30,450 square miles. INCEPTION AS A NATION The SLAVS moved into the present-day ...

Google previewThe NPR Listener's Encyclopedia of Classical Music (2006)

by Theodore Libbey

Strauss, Don Juan, Till Eulenspiegel, Tod und Verklarung (with Smetana, Vltava): Vienna Philharmonic (EMI). Wagner, Tristan und Isolde: Suthaus, Flagstad, Thebom, Fischer-Dieskau; Philharmonia Orchestra (EMI). ',": Gabrieli. Giovanni (6 .

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The value of this 6-letter word is 12 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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