Vistula

Vistula, a central river of Europe, which rises in the Carpathians and after a course of 600 m. falls into the Baltic; it is almost navigable throughout, and carries down great quantities of timber, grain, and other produce to the Baltic ports.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Visigoths * Vitalis, St.
Vinet, Alexandre Rodolphe
Viotti, Giovanni Battista
Virchow, Rudolf
Virgil
Virgin Islands
Virgin Queen
Virginia
Virginia, West
Vishnu
Visigoths
Vistula
Vitalis, St.
Vitellius, Aulus
Vitruvius, Pollio
Vittoria
Vives, Ludovicus
Vivian
Vladimir
Vladimir I. the Great or St.
Vladimir II.
Vogler, Abbé

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