Definition of Vltava in English:

Vltava

Syllabification: Vl·ta·va
Pronunciation: /ˈvəltəvə/
A river in the Czech Republic that rises in the Bohemian Forest on the German-Czech border and flows north for 270 miles (435 km), passing through Prague before joining the Elbe River north of the city. German name Moldau.

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