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Don River

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Don River
Дон
Don upstream of Pavlovsk 1.jpg
The Don River in Voronezh Oblast.
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Catchment of the Don
Location
CountryRussia
RegionTula Oblast, Lipetsk Oblast, Voronezh Oblast, Volgograd Oblast, Rostov Oblast
CitiesVoronezh, Rostov-on-Don
Physical characteristics
Source 
 - locationNovomoskovsk, Tula Oblast
 - coordinates54°00′43″N 38°16′41″E
 - elevation238 m (781 ft)
MouthSea of Azov
 - location
Kagal'nik, Rostov Oblast
 - coordinates
47°05′11″N 39°14′19″ECoordinates: 47°05′11″N 39°14′19″E
 - elevation
0 m (0 ft)
Length1,870 km (1,160 mi)
Basin size425,600 km2 (164,300 sq mi)
Discharge 
 - average935 m3/s (33,000 cu ft/s)
Basin features
Tributaries 
 - leftKhopyor River
 - rightSeversky Donets River

The Don (Russian: Дон, IPA: [don]) is one of the major Eurasian rivers of Russia and the fifth-longest river in Europe. The Don basin is between the Dnieper basin to the west, the Volga basin to the east, and the Oka basin (tributary of the Volga) to the north.

The Don rises in the town of Novomoskovsk 60 kilometres (37 mi) southeast of Tula (120 km south of Moscow), and flows for a distance of about 1,870 kilometres to the Sea of Azov. From its source, the river first flows southeast to Voronezh, then southwest to its mouth. The main city on the river is Rostov on Don. Its main tributary is the Seversky Donets.

History

In antiquity, the river was viewed as the border between Europe and Asia by some ancient Greek geographers.[1][2] In the Book of Jubilees, it is mentioned as being part of the border, beginning with its easternmost point up to its mouth, between the allotments of sons of Noah, that of Japheth to the north and that of Shem to the south.[citation needed] During the times of the old Scythians it was known in Greek as the Tanais (Τ?να??) and has been a major trading route ever since. Tanais appears in ancient Greek sources as both the name of the river and of a city on it, situated in the Maeotian marshes.[3] Pliny gives the Scythian name of the Tanais as Silys.[4]

According to Plutarch, the Don River was also home to the legendary Amazons of Greek mythology.

The area around the estuary is speculated to be the source of the Black Death.[5]

While the lower Don was well known to ancient geographers, its middle and upper reaches were not mapped with any accuracy before the gradual conquest of the area by Muscovy in the 16th century.

The Don Cossacks, who settled the fertile valley of the river in the 16th and 17th centuries, were named after the river.

The fort of Donkov was founded by the princes of Ryazan in the late 14th century. The fort stood on the left bank of the Don, about 34 kilometers (21 mi) from the modern town of Dankov, until 1568, when it was destroyed by the Crimean Tatars, but soon restored at a better fortified location. It is shown as Donko in Mercator's Atlas (1596),[6] Donkov was again relocated in 1618, appearing as Donkagorod in Joan Blaeu's map of 1645.[7]

Both Blaeu and Mercator follow the 16th-century cartographic tradition of letting the Don originate in a great lake, labelled Resanskoy ozera by Blaeu. Mercator still follows Giacomo Gastaldo (1551) in showing a waterway connecting this lake (by Gastaldo labelled Ioanis Lago, by Mercator Odoium lac. Iwanowo et Jeztoro) to Ryazan and the Oka River. Mercator shows Mtsensk (Msczene) as a great city on this waterway, suggesting a system of canals connecting the Don with the Zusha (Schat) and Upa (Uppa) centered on a settlement Odoium, reported as Odoium lacum (Juanow ozero)[8] in the map made by Baron Augustin von Mayerberg, leader of an embassy to Muscovy in 1661.

In modern literature, the Don region was featured in the work And Quiet Flows the Don by Mikhail Aleksandrovich Sholokhov, a Nobel-prize winning writer from the stanitsa of Veshenskaya.[9]

Dams and canals

At its easternmost point, the Don comes near the Volga, and the Volga-Don Canal (length ca. 105 kilometres (65 mi)), connecting the two rivers, is a major waterway. The water level of the Don in this area is raised by the Tsimlyansk Dam, forming the Tsimlyansk Reservoir.

For the next 130 kilometres (81 mi) below the Tsimlyansk Dam, the sufficient water depth in the Don River is maintained by the sequence of three dam-and-ship-lock complexes: the Nikolayevsky Ship Lock (Николаевский гидроузел), Konstantinovsk Ship Lock (Константиновский гидроузел), and the best known of the three, the Kochetovsky Ship Lock (Кочетовский гидроузел). The Kochetovsky Lock, built in 1914-1919 and doubled in 2004-2008, is 7.5 kilometres (4.7 mi) below the fall of the Seversky Donets into the Don, and 131 kilometres (81 mi) upstream of Rostov-on-Don, the Kochetovsky Ship Lock (Кочетовский гидроузел) (47°34′07″N 40°51′10″E) is located. This facility, with its dam, maintains sufficient water level both in its section of the Don and in the lowermost stretch of the Seversky Donets. This is presently the last lock on the Don; below Kochetovsky lock, the sufficient depth of the navigation waterway is maintained by dredging.[10]

In order to improve shipping conditions in the lower reaches of the Don, the waterway authorities support the proposals for the construction of one or two more low dams with locks, in Bagayevsky District and possibly also in Aksaysky District.[11]


돈강

위키백과, 우리 모두의 백과사전.
둘러보기로 가기검색하러 가기

돈 강(러시아어Дон아디게어Тен)은 러시아의 강 중 하나이다. 모스크바의 남동쪽의 툴라근처로부터 발원하고, 약 1,950 km를 흐르다 아조프 해에 이른다.

남동쪽의 보로네시로 향하고 그 후에 남서쪽의 아조프 해로 향한다. 주요 도시는 로스토프나도누이다. 주요한 지류는 도네츠 강이고 최동단은 볼가 강과 접근하고 볼고돈스코이 운하(전체 길이 105 km)에 의해서 연결되어 있다.

고대에는 유목민족인 스키타이족의 발상지이며, 오늘에 이르기까지 중요한 교역 루트이다.



Ruins of Tanais


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