The Don (Russian: Дон; IPA: [don]) is one of the major rivers of Russia. It rises in
the town of Novomoskovsk 60 kilometres (37 mi) southeast of Tula and flows for ...
Don River, one of the great rivers of the European portion of Russia. It has been a
vital artery in Russian history since the days of Peter I the Great, who initiated ...
Walk the Don The Don River watershed stretches about 32 kilometres from the
Oak Ridges Moraine down to Lake Ontario. Although there is no end-to-end ...
Don , river, SW European Russia. It rises SE of Tula and flows c.1200 mi , first SE
past Voronezh, then SW into the Sea of Azov. At its.
The Don River Valley Park is the centrepiece of Toronto's rapidly growing
downtown: A vast, connected 200-hectare landscape, spanning from Pottery
Don River. (Map: Don River.) The ancient Greek name of the river was the Tanais
River; its Ukrainian name is Din. The fourth-largest river in Europe, the Don ...
The naturalized mouth of the Don River will become the dynamic centrepiece of a
revitalized Port Lands. The Port Lands was once the largest natural wetland in ...
Don river definition, a river flowing generally S from Tula in the Russian
Federation in Europe, to the Sea of Azov. About 1200 miles (1930 km) long. See
Aug 12, 2016 ... From being inundated with perfume to alleged murder, the Don River has been
the 'most-messed-with river' in Canada.
This northerly stretch of the Don offers a chance for a good leg-stretching walk
and a chance to see the river and its valley unencumbered by rail lines, ...