The Rhine – a Natural Area

From its Source to its Estuary

At 1,230 km the Rhine is the second longest river in Western Europe. From its source in the canton of Graubünden in the Swiss Alps, it travels through Austria, Germany and empties into the North Sea in the Netherlands. The most important tributaries of the Rhine are the rivers Meuse, Main, Moselle and Neckar. The Rhine is one of the busiest and most important waterways in the world.

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