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Sa·va

 (sä′və, -vä)
A river, about 940 km (585 mi) long, rising in two headstreams in the Julian Alps of Slovenia and flowing generally eastward to the Danube River at Belgrade, Serbia.

Sava

(ˈsɑːvə) or

Save

n
(Placename) a river in SE Europe, rising in NW Slovenia and flowing east and south to the Danube at Belgrade. Length: 940 km (584 miles)

Sa•va

(ˈsɑ vɑ)

n.
a river flowing E from W Slovenia, through Croatia to the Danube at Belgrade, Yugoslavia. 450 mi. (725 km) long.
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ka, the bridge over the Sava River, as well as the connecting roads on the Banja Luka - GradiA
Project Description : Construction of the Metro station at the Belgrade Fair Centre located near the Sava river.
Also in May, IKEA Development Director for Southeast Europe, Vladislav Lalic, said the company wanted to buy a plot on the left bank of the Sava River in the northeastern part of the Serbian capital.
While the weather was getting colder, the Sava River was warm and calm.
For instance, Slovenia subscribes to the Danube Protection Agreement and is a depository state of the Sava River Agreement.
Eagle Hills and Belgrade Waterfront Capital Investment announced the start of construction of its flagship development Belgrade Waterfront, the master-planned community situated along the Sava River in Belgrade, Serbia.
wasteland on the east bank of the Sava River, into a lustrous high-tech landscape of metal and
Developers hope to break ground on Belgrade Waterfront this year, transforming a bleak wasteland on the east bank of the Sava River over at least the next 10 years.
Even when we were able to do great damage to infrastructure, such as destroy the Sava River Bridge, the fight continued.
The Belgrade Waterfront project promises office and luxury apartment blocks, eight hotels, a shopping mall and a tower resembling Dubai's landmark Burj Khalifa, albeit a quarter of the size at 200 metres, on the right bank of the Sava River.
In Bosnia, where more than 100,000 people have been evacuated in the worst exodus since its 1992-1995 war, thousands of volunteers were struggling to reinforce dikes along the Sava river.
In Croatia, the government said one person had died and two were missing in flooded Sava river villages in an eastern corner of the country near Bosnia and Serbia.