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The Danube is the second longest river in Europe.
Danube may also refer to:
- Danube Banovina, a banovina or province of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia (1929–1945)
- Danube Canyon, a large submarine canyon in the Black Sea
- Danube, Minnesota, a city
- Danube, New York, a town
- Danube Planum, a rifted mesa on Jupiter's moon Io
- Danube Sinkhole, Upper Danube Nature Park, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
- Danube Vilayet, a vilayet or province of the Ottoman Empire from 1864 to 1878
- Danube class motorship, a class of Russian river passenger ships
- Danube (ship), a Nourse Line sailing ship of the late 19th century
- HMS Danube, a wooden paddle vessel and a cancelled gunboat
- Battle of the Danube, part of the Russo-Turkish War
- Danube, the codename of the Warsaw Pact invasion of Czechoslovakia in August 1968
- Danube Bridge, a bridge across the Danube River linking the Bulgarian city of Ruse and the Romanian city of Giurgiu
- Danube Bridge 2, a road and rail bridge between the cities of Calafat, Romania and Vidin, Bulgaria
- Danube class starship, a fictional starship class in the Star Trek universe
- Danube (Paris Métro), a station on the Paris Métro
- Danube platform, an AMD mobile platform for portable computers
- Danube Promenade, Budapest, Hungary
- Danube (restaurant), in New York
- Danube Army, a unit of the Russian Empire created shortly before Napoleon's invasion of Russia
- Danube Legion, a unit of Poles in the service of Napoleonic France
- Donauinsel or Danube Island, Vienna, Austria
- Donaukanal or Danube Canal, Vienna, Austria
- Donauradweg or Danube Cycle Trail, a bicycle trail along the Danube River in many countries
- All pages with titles containing "Danube"
- Donau (disambiguation)
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