Vistula River

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Related to Vistula River: Dnieper River, Danube River
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Noun1.Vistula River - a European riverVistula River - a European river; flows into the Baltic Sea
Poland, Polska, Republic of Poland - a republic in central Europe; the invasion of Poland by Germany in 1939 started World War II
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What little was left standing was then razed on the orders of Adolf Hitler as the Nazis fled Soviet troops stationed on the east bank of the Vistula river, where they had waited patiently for the Germans to crush the Polish resistance.
Some of those calories can be breezily burned off by walking south toward the Vistula river and ascending a modest incline to arrive at Wawel Castle, the royal residence built in a stately Italian style by King Casimir III the Great, and the older Wawel Cathedral.
Located 150 kilometres from Krakow, alongside the Vistula river and close to mountain trails, the development is surrounded by nature and offers views of the Barania Mountains.
Located 150km from Krakow, Poland's second-largest city, the project sits alongside the Vistula River and offers views of the Barania Mountains.
Four countries used two types of tactical bridging systems, the M3 amphibious bridge and the ribbon bridge, to cross the Vistula River there.
On Tuesday, Jonny Daniels, the founder of From the Depths, a Jewish organization committed to preserving memories of the Holocaust, particularly in Eastern Europe, walked along the Vistula River in Warsaw, Poland, picking up pieces of stone with Hebrew lettering on it.
Twenty-five chapters are divided by eight parts: the area of the middle and lower Vistula River Valley between the tenth and eleventh centuries; the Bodzia cemetery; grave goods and their context; funeral rites; chronology of the cemetery; locals or aliens?; European contexts of the Bodzia cemetery; the Bodzia cemetery in light of the interdisciplinary research.
This is especially connected with the Vistula River, in the area marked by transverse sections, comprising the mouth areas of the Prqdnik and Wilga, where some bridges are located.
Situated on the Vistula River, Krakow is the second largest and one of the oldest cities in Poland.
Ryczek said that the picture, which was taken on the Vistula River in Krakow, Poland, was thought out and planned, reported.
Close to the Vistula river, it resembles a wicker basket decorated in a waving Polish flag.