The Dvina River, also called the Daugava, is an important river in Eastern Europe. It begins in Russia and runs a course of just over 1.0k km (620 mi.) through Belarus and Latvia before discharging into the Baltic Sea at the Gulf of Riga. Historically, the river played an important defensive role given the lack of other natural defenses on the approaches to Moscow. In this video, you'll get a bird's eye view of the river near the Belarus town of Vtibesk, compliments of contributor Onekit.