European rivers tend to have long and well documented history of floods. The Danube, Europe’s second largest river after the Volga, flows through or marks the border of eight states: Austria, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Romania, the Soviet Union, West Germany and Yugoslavia. As an international river, 2,857 km long, and with a catchment area of 817,000 km2, it poses many ecological and political problems.
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- The River Danube Flood of 27 March 1988
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