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 (nĕm′ən, nyĕ′mən) also Nie·men (nē′mən, nyĕ′-)
A river of northeast Europe flowing about 935 km (580 mi) generally northwest from Belarus to the Baltic Sea between Lithuania and the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad.
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(Russian ˈnjɛmən) or


(Placename) a river in NE Europe, rising in Belarus and flowing northwest through Lithuania to the Baltic. Length: 937 km (582 miles). Polish name: Niemen
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(ˈnɛm ən, ˈnyɛm-, ˈni mən)

a river rising in central Belorussia, flowing W through Lithuania into the Baltic. 582 mi. (937 km) long. Lithuanian, Nemunas.
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Flusse mit dem Namen Gauja kennt man in Litauen und Wei[beta]russland (Gauja, [phrase omitted], ein rechter Nebenfluss des Nemunas).
Nestled amid a lush pine forest and along the banks of the winding Nemunas River, the spa boasts a rich and historic mineral water source.
(6.) The Narva culture was a Neolithic archaeological culture, found in the fifth-fourth millennia BCE between the Narva and Nemunas rivers in what is now Estonia, Latvia, northern and western Lithuania, Kaliningrad (formerly East Prussia) and neighbouring territories of Poland and Russia.
The city is situated at the confluence of the two biggest rivers in Lithuania, the Nemunas and the Neris, stretching across the terraced valleys of both.
Judging by the distribution of the artefacts manufactured in workshops of the middle reaches of the Danube, and in other places of Western Europe, large and abundant in water, one of the final stages in the south-north direction must have been an important route of the middle reaches of the Nemunas (Bliujiene & Curta 2011, 33 ff., fig.
It's weather permitting, of course, but we were in luck and soared silently over the forests of the Nemunas Loops Regional Park to spot wild boar and deer between the trees (
Among the most popular city tourist destinations are Pazaislis Monastery, Confluence Park, where the two biggest Lithuanian Rivers, Nemunas and Neris, flow.
Nemunas River rises in Belarus and the final reaches are shared with Russia).
Through the broadest seas and non-seas, And through mountains topped with white wreaths, Asking neither about the paths nor the days, He will come as if from the Nemunas Valley.
Dentro de estas composiciones especial eco encontro practicamente desde su publicacion en 1902 un poema en realidad sin titulo original pero tradicionalmente conocido como <<Por donde corre el Sesupe>> (Kur bega Sesupe) por su verso inicial en el que se mencionan los rios Sesupe y el Nemunas o Niemen, que vertebran el pais.