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Published on May 2, 2010
The River Waal is the main tributary, branch of the river Rhine, flowing to the central Netherlands for about 80 km (50 miles), before joining the Meuse near Woudrichem to form the Boven Merwede. The river carries 65% of the total flow of the Rhine. It is a major river which serves as the main waterway for inland and commercial shipping, connecting the Rotterdam harbor and Germany. Nijmegen, Tiel, Zaltbommel and Gorinchem are towns of importance with direct access to the river. This video shows the River Waal at the height of Nijmegen.