Neva River

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Noun1.Neva River - a river in northwestern Russia flowing generally west into the Gulf of FinlandNeva River - a river in northwestern Russia flowing generally west into the Gulf of Finland
Russian Federation, Russia - a federation in northeastern Europe and northern Asia; formerly Soviet Russia; since 1991 an independent state
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The dynasty head, Ravshan Kamilov, and his sons were living on the shores of the Neva river, and now they live in a suburb of St.
Petersburg's gilded Baroque architecture, across the Neva River to Vasilievsky Island, past Peter the Great's lush summer garden, then on to the fabled Church on the Spilled Blood.
One possible detention facility could be the notorious Kresty prison on the banks of the Neva river which housed political prisoners both in tsarist and Soviet times.
The NTC completion will allow the closure of 57 sewers that are currently discharging municipal and industrial wastewater, as well as storm water, directly into the Neva River.
Nice impressions were intensified by breath-taking sceneries of white nights, night Northern Palmyra, the Neva River and drawbridges that were admired by all party guests from the boat.
Authorities had to close the bridge and security raced to catch the man, but he jumped into Neva river and swam away, Gontar said.
Vibrant and cosmopolitan, the city is known as 'the Venice of the north' and is almost entirely built on a series of islands across the delta of the Neva river.
St Petersburg, like Venice, is built on water with the broad and deep Neva River flowing through.
From the start of the summer timetable the airline will offer an additional six flights a week to the city of the Neva River, an increase to 13 flights a week from the seven it currently operates.
The 403 metre-high skyscraper destined to house the Gazprom headquarters located on the right bank of the Neva River on a site in front of the