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Dra·va

or Dra·ve  (drä′və) also Drau (drou)
A river rising in the Carnic Alps of southern Austria and flowing about 725 km (450 mi) eastward through Slovenia and northern Croatia to the Danube River.
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Drava

(ˈdrɑːvə) or

Drave

n
(Placename) a river in S central Europe, rising in N Italy and flowing east through Austria, then southeast along the southern Hungarian border to join the River Danube. Length: 725 km (450 miles). German name: Drau
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Dra•va

(ˈdrɑ və)

n.
a river in S central Europe, flowing E and SE from the Alps in S Austria, through NE Slovenia, along a part of the border between Hungary and Croatia, into the Danube in Yugoslavia. 450 mi. (725 km) long.
German, Drau (draʊ)
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References in periodicals archive ?
Most of the focus has been on the Drava River, primarily in the journals Podravina and Ekonomska i ekohistorija, but also in the water management journal, Hrvatske vode.
Fisherman Pawel Brodzky, out angling with his son, spotted the near-dead dog in the raging Drava river.
One hundred and 11 kilometres of "Europe's Amazon", comprising parts of the natural meandering river stretches of the Danube, Drava and Mura rivers in Croatia could be channelled in a way that would destroy Europe's largest river protected area without bringing any real economic benefit to the region.
Albion will fly out to Central Europe for seven days on July 11 for a three game mini-tour which sees them take on Hadjuk Split on Friday July 13, FC Drava on Sunday July 15 and Red Star Belgrade in Slovenia on Wednesday July 18.
They will travel to Croatia to play Hajduk Split at their Poljud Stadium on July 13 before jetting over to Slovenia to take on top flight club FC Drava and then Red Star Belgrade.
of Zagreb) examines the repercussions of Ottoman rule between the rivers Sava, Drava and Danube in the early modern period, with an intent to find whether his interpretations of primary sources also apply to wider areas of the Ottoman empire at the time.
Among the largest of these rivers are the Sava, Drava, Kupa and Dunav (Danube).
The Baggies will travel to Croatia for a meeting with Hajduk Split at their Poljud Stadium on July 13 before jetting over to Slovenia to take on top flight club FC Drava and then Red Star Belgrade.