Compared to the Danubian plateau, winters are less severe, and summers are longer and warmer.
It was present especially in Constantinople and in the Danubian provinces.
The Russian army thereupon retreated from the Danubian principalities.
This is the case with Hungary, Russia, the Danubian principalities, etc.
Danubian, dan-ū′bi-an, adj. pertaining to or bordering on the Danube.
The Danubian principalities of Wallachia and Moldavia effect a personal union (see 1861).
After sharp discussions it was finally settled that Russia should gain the Danubian provinces, but not until the following year.
The "double coil" or "pair of spectacles" shape of fibula-cover, familiar in the Danubian region, also occurs.
In the Danubian lands only one town can even be supposed to preserve a few of its Roman streets.
Napoleon was, however, secretly opposing Alexander's plans for adding the Danubian provinces and Finland to his possessions.