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Dnepr River

The Dnepr River is a great river (2200 km length) which flows from Russia through Belarus and then Ukraine. In all three countries it has the same name, which is however pronunciated a little different, so it can be also called Dniepr, Dnipro and Dnieper.

Dnepr finds its source in Valday hills (north Russia) and runs south eventually flowing into the Black Sea. 115 km of its length serve as a natural border between Belarus and Ukraine. About last 800 km of Dnepr represents a chain of consecutive reservoirs.

Cityes and towns on the Dnepr

(from the souce to the mouth)

Tributaries of the Dnepr

(In orographic sequence)