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The Danube is the second-longest river in Europe. It begins in the Black Forest in Germany and flows east to the Danube Delta on the western coast of the Black Sea. From west to east, it flows through:

Passing through so many countries, the river is known by many names; die Donau in German, the Dunaj in Slovak, the Duna in Hungarian, and Dunărea in Romania.


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