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The Meuse River runs from eastern France past Verdun and the Ardennes through central Belgium and The Netherlands before emptying into the North Sea south of Rotterdam.

It is 575 miles long and is an important waterway, carrying major traffic through western Europe. Canals connect the Meuse to the Marne-Rhine Canal near Toul in France, and to Antwerp in Belgium via the Albert Canal.

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