Rivers called "Don".
Any advance on two: one in southern Russia and one in Aberdeenshire?
Via the comments: there's another one in South Yorkshire and another one in Ontario.
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Well, there's the Yorkshire one, after which the River Don engine is named (indirectly) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/River_Don_Engine
Confirmed: Sheffield has the River Don. It flows right past Hillsborough football ground, all of the way up to the amusingly named town of Penistone.
And down to the not so amusingly named DONcaster.
All ,thanks, i have added. I prefer Scunthorpe to Penistone, but hey.
Sadly, the Don doesn't flow from Penistone to Scunthorpe, although originally it's mouth was within a few miles of the latter. The Wikipedia article mentions another river Don: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Don_River_(Ontario)
B, ta. Why didn't i think of that, just go to Wiki and search 'River Don'? Duh!
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