Definition of Vltava in English:

Vltava

proper noun

  • A river of the Czech Republic, which rises in the Bohemian Forest on the German–Czech border and flows 435 km (270 miles) generally northwards, passing through Prague before joining the Elbe north of the city.

    German name Moldau

Pronunciation:

Vltava

/ˈvəltəvə/