Volga River

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Noun1.Volga River - a Russian riverVolga River - a Russian river; the longest river in Europe; flows into the Caspian Sea
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Russia is to host the World Race Walking Cup at the Volga river port of Cheboksary in May, 2016.
The Defence Ministry said the manoeuvres will last for five days and involve forces of the Central Military District, a group of forces spreading from the Volga River all the way to eastern Siberia, along with air force and airborne units.
Address : 443099, Samara, Volga river arrow and Samara
A true-life saga that explores the lives of Volga Germans (settlers who responded to Catherine the Great's invitation to settle the Volga River, and were beset from tremendous hardships, including treatment as second-class citizens and military conscription in spite of the original proclamation's terms), the pioneer efforts of Pauley's family in Nebraska during the late nineteenth century, and revolutions in the study of history during the second half of the twentieth century, Pioneering History on Two Continents is as much an eye-opening portrayal of history's tides as it is about one family's determination to survive.
Bashkortostan is located between the Volga River and the Ural Mountains.
Next morning, we have a quick run around the 15th century Kremlin ( it's Russian for ' fortress' and every main city has one) and soak in the awe- inspiring view of the Volga river from the top of the Chkalov stairs.
Klyuchischi's Kstovo quarry is located on the right bank of the Volga River, 22km southeast of Nizhny Novgorod.
Although Braha: A Tale of Innocence & Intrigue is a novel, it's based on the real-life trials and travails of the Volga Germans--German settlers who accepted Catherine the Great's Manifesto, offer to settle land near the Volga River in Russia.
Described as being the most professional in Russia's downstream oil business, LUKoil has built an oil products pipeline linking its Perm refinery, on the Volga River, to Moscow and other lucrative markets including Tatarstan.
Bolgar Historical and Archaeological Complex in Russian Federation lies on the shores of the Volga river, south of its confluence with the river Kama, and south of the capital of Tatarstan, Kazan.
Russian Albina Kumirova was born in a village on the Volga River in 1960.
This pollution flows into the Caspian Sea mostly from Russia due to widespread industrial activities around Volga River," she added.