What Are the Names of European Rivers?

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Several rivers and their tributaries cross the European continent and have undergone name changes for political or other reasons. The major rivers in Europe are Danube, Dnieper, Don, Elbe, Loire, Oder, Po, Rhine, Rhone, Shannon, Tagus, Thames, Vistula and Volga.
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