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Dornbirner Ach

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Location type: River
Location address: Österreich, Bregenz
Number of texts: 1
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The Dornbirn Ach (also called Dornbirner Ache) is a stream in Vorarlberg, Austria, with its source in the mountains near the Alpine village Ebnit. It flows through one of the largest and most gorgeous gorges in Central Europe, the Rappenloch Gorge, down to Dornbirn, cuts through the town and the meanders off over a broad meadow landscape, the Lauterach Ried, finally flowing, parallel and quite close to the mouth of the Rhine, into Lake Constance.

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