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Seversky Donets River
Ukraine

Се́верский Доне́ц (укр. Сі́верський Доне́ць, древнегреч. по Птолемею Танаид, Танаис, по Геродоту Сиргис, итальянск. Тан, древнерусск. Великий Дон, Донель, Дон) — река юга Восточно-Европейской равнины, протекающая через Белгородскую и Ростовскую области России, а также Харьковскую, Донецкую и Луганскую области Украины, правый (наибольший) приток Дона. Седьмая по величине река Украины и важнейший источник пресной воды на востоке этой страны. Иногда также ошибочно может называться Северный Донец, в XVII—XVIII веках — Северной Донец.

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