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Schliengen
The Blauenberg mountain is in the Badenweiler region in the Southern Black Forest....
Région de Molsheim-Mutzig
This channel has a length of 20 km (12.4 mi), a 29 m (95 ft) slope and eleven locks measuring 48,5 x 4,5 m (159' x 14.7') each....
Belmont
The Champ du Feu, standing at 1099 meters, is the highest point of the Lower Rhine....
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Plaine
Its name is based on an expression in the local dialect which means “the high hanging rock”....
Bâle
Basel is a cultural city with a rich history....
Bourg Bruche
As one of the finest mountain in the sandstone Vosges area, ideally located between the basins of Saint-Dié-des-Vosges and Villé, this is the region's main water tower (being the source of the Bruche, of the Giessen and of the Fave, a tributary of the Meurthe)....
Grandfontaine
Site classified as a historical monument - noise-restriction area....
Niederbronn les Bains
A forest massif that culminates at the highest point in the Northern Vosges....
Wattwiller
Dubbed Vieil Armand (Old Armand) by the French soldiers in the 1st World War, Mount Hartmannswillerkopf was the site of particularly deadly fighting in 1915....

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