Vltava


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Vl·ta·va

 (vŭl′tə-və)
A river, about 435 km (270 mi) long, of the western Czech Republic flowing southeast then north to the Elbe River.

Vltava

(Czech ˈvltava)
n
(Placename) a river in the Czech Republic, rising in the Bohemian Forest and flowing generally southeast and then north to the River Elbe near Melnik. Length: 434 km (270 miles). German name: Moldau

Vl•ta•va

(ˈvʌl tə və)

n.
a river in the W Czech Republic, flowing N to the Elbe. 270 mi. (435 km) long. German, Moldau.
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A must do experience while visiting Prague is an evening sightseeing cruise on the Vltava River.
Securing electronic communications services through fixed networks Vltava River Board, state enterprise (data services - fixed data network, connect to the Internet, hosting services and data storage).
A must-do experience while visiting Prague is an evening sightseeing cruise on the Vltava River.
In the Czech Republic, the Vltava hit its highest level yet (almost 26 feet) by mid afternoon.
Start at Hradcany Castle with its views across the Vltava river to the red roofs of the Old Town.
For a city whose tourist industry is so dependent on the area surrounding the River Vltava, curving like a question mark through the four main quarters of Prague, a flood is a disaster both natural and economic.
Contract award notice: Completion of the Vltava Waterway in the stretch Hnevkovice - Tyn nad Vltavou - execution of additional works.
The city is like a mini-Paris, divided by the river Vltava which is crossed by the ancient Charles Bridge.
TENS of thousands of Czechs fled their historic capital for higher ground yesterday as the flooded Vltava River cascaded to the edge of the Old Town, engulfing Hapsburg-era palaces and villas.
The subject of the tender is the supply of a software product (software) system for investment management and repairs for the Vltava River Board, state enterprise, including services related to the delivery of software updates and subsequent follow-up technical support.
Located on the banks of Vltava River, the hotel is just a few steps from Charles Bridge and has wonderful views across the river towards the city's castle.
Instead 45-year-old stuntman Harry O'Connor stood in for Diesel and died instantly when he crashed into a stone bridge over the Vltava River in Prague, the Czech Republic.