Rhinau (German: Rheinau) is a commune in the Bas-Rhin department of Alsace-Champagne-Ardenne-Lorraine in north-eastern France. Until 1398, the village was located on the bank of the Rhine. The present village dates from the sixteenth century. At periods of low water in the Rhine, it is possible to see the old foundations of the village, as happened in 1749. After a flood in 1541, an uninhabited 58% of its territory (10 km²) happened to end up on the right bank of the Rhine, in Germany. The German part of Rhinau is a natural reserve, the Taubergiessen. A ferry crosses the river, linking the two banks in France and Germany. Wikipedia
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