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The Volga River

Volga in Yaroslavl (autumn morning)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volga_River

The Volga River is the largest river in the continent Europe. This river flows about 3700 km through the Western Russia. Volga River has a lot of tributaries which include Kama, the Oka, the Vetluga and the Sura rivers. Most of its reservoirs supply hydroelectric power and irrigation.

Direction: North East

56˚ 27' 42. 61˚ N 37˚ 25' 18. 72˚ E

Direction: North East and three dimensions were used.

56˚ 02' 38. 57˚ N 37˚ 44' 48. 33˚ E

Direction: South West

56˚ 04' 48. 53˚ N 37˚ 41' 30. 34˚ E

Direction: North West and the image are zoomed in.

56˚ 07' 56. 76˚ N 37˚ 41' 55. 89˚ E