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Many of Europe’s most famous cities are located on the continents biggest rivers. The longest river is the Volga which flows for 3,700km from its source in the Vladai Hills to where it finishes flowing into the Caspian Sea. The closed basin covers an area of nearly 1,350,000 square kilometers[…]

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Europe is small in terms of size in relation to the other continents. Yet in terms of wealth it is ranked highly, and many of the region’s most successful cities are located on famous rivers. The may not been the longest rivers in the world but they are some of[…]

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There is no river in the world that contains more sediment that the amounts that the Brahmaputra River deposits into the Ganges delta. The Delta is so large that it contains the country of Bangladesh. The river flows from its source in the Angsi Glacier in Tibet’s Himalayas, for 3,900[…]

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A river is a collection of water emerging from a source, and the flowing through an area before entering another body of water such as a lake or a Sea. There are however, rare occasions where the river will simply dry up and disappear. The source of a river is[…]

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