Thursday, November 27, 2008

Danube River – Tuna Nehri Views, From Germany Till Black Sea, Romania

Danube River – Tuna Nehri Views, From Germany Till Black Sea, Romani

I have come across some nice pictures depicting Danube River so much good ways. The pictures say much about what looks like the Danube River to many different people living in various countries, also to some other ones, who never found any chance seeing Danube River, including me. Hope you too would like them.

Danube River: Danube is Europe's second longest river after the Volga. It originates in the Black Forest in Germany where it joins at least two other rivers at the German town of Donaueschingen. Thereafter, the river is known as the Danube and flows eastwards for a distance of some 2850 km [1771 miles], passing through several Central and Eastern European capitals, before emptying into the Black Sea via the Danube Delta in Romania and Ukraine.

Tuna Nehri: Tuna Nehri, Volga Nehri’nden sonra Avrupa’nın en uzun nehridir. Nehrin kaynağı Almanya’nın Siyah Ormanı içlerinde olup, Almanya’nın Donaueschingen Köyü’nde diğer iki nehri ile birleşir. Buradan sonra nehir Tuna adını alır ve doğuya doğru akmaya başlar. Yaklaşık 2,850 km’lik [1,771 mil] bir aralığı aşarak, bir çok Orta ve Doğu Avrupa ülkesinin başkentleri arasından geçerek, Romanya ve Ukrayna arasında yer alan Tuna Deltası üzerinden, sularını Karadeniz’e boşaltır.

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