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|South-Eastern Europe floods - worst in a century - badly affected Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia, including my hometown of Lom in Bulgaria. This is a major news around the world now!|
|The Danube is the longest river in central Europe. It begins in the Black Forest in Germany and empties out in the Black Sea 1,794 miles later.||08/26/2005||916|
|LOM, Bulgaria, April 13 (Reuters)|
The Danube hit record high levels in the Balkans on Thursday, sending soldiers and disaster workers scrambling to evacuate people and stem flooding along its banks, officials said.
Under a state of emergency, workers filled sandbags through the night to shore up dikes in the port city of Lom, around 230 km (140 miles) north of Sofi...
|June and July 2007 brought drenching rain and devastating floods to England. One of the hardest hit regions was Gloucestershire, in southwest England. The floods started in late June and continued throughout July.|
Though water levels had receded, floods were still evident along the Severn River when the Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer (ASTER) captur...
|Springs of the Danube river andn the confluence in Donaueschingen. The Danube is 2888 km long if you go from the river Breg and 2845 km if you go from Donaueschingen. It ends at the Black Sea. see another file on GEH.||04/18/2006||967|
|The river Danube is emptying into the Black Sea via the Danube Delta (4000 km≤) in Romania.||08/12/2005||1,017|
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|Cargo Ship in the Bulgarian Danube.||04/26/2006||277|
High quality photos of my hometown of Lom, on the Danube River.
|Gonaives before the floods||08/25/2005||658|
|The King Carol I Bridge (later renamed Anghel Saligny Bridge) was built between 1890 and 1895 in Romania over the Danube and Borcea and when it was completed it then became the longest bridge in Europe and the third in the world.|
The bridge has a length of 4,037 metres of which 1662 m over the Danube and 920 m over Borcea and was designed by Romanian engineer Anghel Saligny. It i...
|Lom Beach is situated close to the town of Lom on the Bulgarian side of the Danube river, overlooking Romania.|
There are three bars nearby, and the beach is flocked with people from the whole city during the summer (about 2000 visitors every day}. Every year various races with speedboats take place in the waters of the Danube here.