What are some facts about the Rhine River?

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Rhine River is a source of drinking water and is also used as a major transport route by shipping companies. It is the longest and most important river in Europe; it runs for over 1,232 km from its source in the Swiss Alps issuing from the Rheinwaldhorn glacier at 3,353 above sea level. It flows through 6 countries: Austria, Switzerland, and principality of Liechtenstein, Germany, France and the Netherlands.
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River Rhine is one of the longest and most important rivers in Europe. In Southern Germany, it is a source of drinking water. Through Europe it is a major transport route, transporting goods and raw materials by ship. As the Rhine enters Germany, it becomes the border between Germany and France.
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