Let the waters of the Danube bear him past the castle of his lady.
He was exiled at the age of 30 to Tomi, a town south of the delta of the Danube.
He was at that time residing in his winter quarters at Neuburg, on the Danube.
The armies along the Danube will soon command our attention.
On the 30th Bernadotte entered Salzburg, on his way to and down the Danube.
On the Danube the Austrian river fleet showed some activity.
It is a little village on the Danube river—the mighty Danube, which bears the fleets of the world on its ample breast.
The natural course of that flood was by the valley of the Danube to the Balkan Peninsula.
But Haji Baba that same night drew up his anchors, and at dawn he had vanished from the Danube, none knew whither.
With a group of insurgents he tried to cross the Danube and to rouse the Bulgars.
major river of Europe (German Donau, Hungarian Duna, Russian Dunaj), from Latin Danuvius, from Celtic *danu(w)-yo-, from PIE *danu- "river" (cf. Don, Dnieper, Dniester).