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Rhine Valley Germany

The Rhine Valley or Middle Rhine (German Mittelrhein) is the most famous section of the Rhine Rive, running between the cities of Bonn and Mainz in Germany and spanning the states of North Rhine-Westphalia and Rhineland-Palatinate. The section from Koblenz to Bingen, known as the Rhine Gorge, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Rhine carves its way through steep hills topped with countless castles and ruins, making the valley one of the most famous and most heavily touristed parts of Germany. Traveling here is very easy - cruises, castles and winery tours by day, sampling the wine at night.

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