The Volga is the longest river in Europe; it is also Europe's largest river in terms
of discharge and watershed. It flows through central Russia and into the Caspian
Volga River, Russian Volga, ancient (Greek) Ra or (Tatar) Itil or Etil, river of
Europe, the continent's longest, and the principal waterway of western Russia
The Volga River is the longest river in Europe. Its basin lies entirely within the
Russian federation. It is often called Mother Volga by the Russians. It is thought of
May 7, 2012 ... It is one of the images that comes to my mind when I think of the Volga River. The
other thing that comes to mind is not an image, but a song, ...
The Volga is the largest river in Europe in terms of length, discharge, and
watershed. It starts in the Valday Hills of northwestern Russia and flows 3,700 km
The Volga Delta is the largest inland river delta in Europe. The Volga River starts
in the Valday Hills of northwestern Russia and flows 3,700km (2,300 miles) ...
Draining most of western Russian, the Volga is the largest river in Europe. From
its source in the Valdai Hills north east of Moscow the river flows east and south.
The Volga river in Western Russia, Europe's longest river, with a length of 3,690
km (2,293 miles), provides the core of the largest river system in Europe.
The majority of Volga River is undeveloped, but there are a few parking lots
where you can sit in your vehicle, enjoy the scenery and watch for wildlife while
Volga, river in western Russia, longest and one of the most important rivers of
Europe. The Volga River rises northwest of Moscow in the Valday Hills and flows