Which Major River Empties into the North Sea at Rotterdam?

Answer

The Rhine is the major river that empties into the North Sea at Rotterdam from Grisons in the eastern Swiss Alps. The Rhine is one of the greatest and most vital rivers in Europe. In 2011, a typographical transposition error which stated the length of the river as 1,320 kilometres instead of 1,320 kilometres was discovered.
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