Volga

Volga, a river of European Russia, the largest in Europe, which rises in the Valdai Hills, and after a course of 2200 m. falls by a delta with 200 mouths into the Caspian Sea; it is navigable almost throughout, providing Russia with 7200 m. of water-carriage, and has extensive fisheries, especially of salmon and sturgeon.

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

Volapük * Volney
Vittoria
Vives, Ludovicus
Vivian
Vladimir
Vladimir I. the Great or St.
Vladimir II.
Vogler, Abbé
Vogt, Carl
Voguls
Volapük
Volga
Volney
Volsungs
Volta, Alessandrino
Voltaic Electricity
Voltaire, François Marie Arouet de
Voluntaryism
Voodoo
Vortigern
Vosges
Voss, Johann Heinrich

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