Berounka


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Berounka

 

a river in Czechoslovakia; a left and the biggest tributary of the Vltava. The Berounka is 246 km long, drains a basin of approximately 8,900 sq km, and is formed near Mount Plzeň by the confluence of the Mže Radbuza, Uhlava, and Úslava rivers, which rise in the Český Les Mountains and Šumava Mountains. The Berounka flows into the Vltava 8 km south of Prague. High water is in spring. The river is used for floating timber. The cities of Plzeň and Beroun are located on the Berounka.

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Tenders Are Invited for The study of drainage conditions, Including Possible suggestions for Flood Control Measures in the catchment area of the Berounka river.
566 by Kriz 1992) is located on the left (north) bank of the Berounka River, south of the village of Listice near Beroun (Fig.
At least one woman is dead, after her home collapsed in Trebenice u Prahy, southwest of Prague and two people are missing after their raft overturned on the River Berounka in Hlasna Treban in central Bohemia.
Two men who were rafting on the Berounka River, 30 kilometers Southwest of Prague, have been missing since Saturday evening.
Two men who were rafting on the Berounka River, 30 kilometres southwest of Prague, have been missing since Saturday evening.
This hilltop bastion rises majestically on a crag above neat vineyards, lush forests and the Berounka River.
The River Berounka, Czech Republic, burst its banks in the 2002 European floods and houses in the village of Hl*sn*T'eba', Beroun District were inundated.
Chuchle is close to the confluence of the Vltava and Berounka rivers and the water
A Hirnantian, Rhuddanian and Aeronian sedimentary succession crops out on the hill side above the Berounka River (Fig.
The length of the existing forest road Berounka is about 2 km.
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