Rhine River

The Rhine River flows from the Alps northeast, then empties into the North Sea, Netherlands. Along its 765 mile long bank, major cities like Andermatt, Cologne, Basel, Bonn, and Strasbourg. Rhine flows through 6 different countries including Switzerland, Austria, Germany, France, Netherlands, and Liechtenstein. Rhine is mostly used for trading and shipping good and cruises.

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