Daugava

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Daugava:

see DvinaDvina
or Western Dvina,
Ger. Düna, Latvian Daugava, Rus. Zapadnaya Dvina, river, c.635 mi (1,020 km) long, in Russia, Belarus, and Latvia.
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 (Western Dvina), river.
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Daugava

 

the name of the Zapadnaia Dvina River within the Latvian SSR.

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