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Aug 30, 2021

[Answer] What two different-colored rivers come together in Geneva, Switzerland, to form "The Junction"?

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...1. Rhone and Arve 2. Arve and Reuss 3. Reuss and Rhine 4. Rhine and Rhone




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Rhone and Arve - The Rhone and the Arve join together in Geneva like the mixing of oil and water. The pair of rivers are very different in color and consistency. One of the major rivers of Europe, the dark, clear Rhone travels slowly down from the Rhone Glacier north of Geneva. The Arve, sourced by the Chamonix Valley glaciers, flows northwest to join into the Rhone, but it travels faster and transports white sand that gives it a milky tone. When the pair of rivers join at La Jonction (“The Junction”), it creates a unique natural phenomenon. The blending is best seen from the bridge 100 feet downriver of La Jonction called Port Junction — or, better yet, from above in an airplane.:


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