Dnister


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Dnister,

river: see DniesterDniester
, Ukr. Dnister, Moldovan Nistru, Rus. Dnestr, Rom. Nistrul, Turk. Turla, river, c.850 mi (1,370 km) long, forming part of the border between Ukraine and Moldova. It rises in the Carpathian Mts.
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On the other hand, Romania tried to push the border in another direction, in order to move it just a little bit further, yet not settle on the other side of the border, and to export this perspective, which showed all their differences, to the South, on the other side of the Danube and into the East, on the other sides of the rivers Pruth and Dnister. The picturesque in the Romanian culture is to be understood as an answer to the repeated social and historical exclusions, as well as their positivation (Muthu 66, 93).
UKRAINE: Lvivska Oblast: 1 [??], Dnister River, SE Sambir (49[degrees]28'N, 23[degrees]03'E), 21 September 1995, S.