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Moselle River

The Moselle (French Moselle, German Mosel) is a river flowing through France, Luxembourg and Germany, joining the Rhine river at Koblenz.

The Moselle valley is famous for its beautiful scenery and the excellent wine which is produced there. Most notably Riesling, Sylvaner[?], Pinot Gris[?] and Gewürztraminer[?].

The river gave its name to two French departements: Moselle and Meurthe-et-Moselle.



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