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Is the Danube river in Africa?

Is the Danube river in Africa?

Four countries – Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia and South Africa – share the Basin, and the river forms the border between South Africa and Namibia in its lower reaches. The effective management of the Orange–Senqu River Basin is, therefore, particularly complex, but is also vital to the economy of the region.

Where does the river Danube start and finish?

Danube Delta
Danube River/Mouths

What is the Danube famous for?

The Danube played a vital role in the settlement and political evolution of central and southeastern Europe. Its banks, lined with castles and fortresses, formed the boundary between great empires, and its waters served as a vital commercial highway between nations.

Where does the Danube river flow into?

The Danube River flows through Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania and Ukraine. Its headwaters begin with the confluence of the Brigach and Breg rivers in the town of Donaueschingen in western Germany’s mountainous Black Forest region and empties into the Black Sea at the Danube Delta in western Ukraine.

Which is the most important city on the Danube River?

The movement of freight is the most important economic use of the Danube. Among the major ports are such cities as Izmayil, Ukraine; Galați and Brăila, Romania; Ruse, Bulgaria; Belgrade, Serbia; Budapest, Hungary; Bratislava, Slovakia; Vienna, Austria; and Regensburg, Germany.

Where are the Danubian countries located in Europe?

The Danubian countries are located along the Danube River in Europe.

How many people live in the Danube River basin?

More than 81 million people of different cultures and languages call the Danube Basin their home. For centuries they have been interconnected through the widely ramified water system of the Danube. All countries sharing over 2,000 km² of the Danube River Basin, as well as the European Union, are contracting parties of the ICPDR.