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The Danube River is an important transportation corridor because it A) connects four major European cities. B) contains many natural resources. C) attracts many foreign tourists. D) flows from north to south.

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Craig Stewart on September 14, 2018

The Danube is the second longest river of Europe that flows from Germany to the Black Sea, passing through ten different countries. It is one of the main supply of water for irrigation, crops and drinking water for millions of people, and is used as an important navigation route and cultural tourism destination. (A) is correct because it passes through Budapest, Vienna, Bratislava and Belgrade (all capital cities), (C) is the correct one, as there are many tourists travel to river cruise, (B) could be correct also, however, its main natural resource is water, and your route, so that they do not consider that "many" of the natural resources. And (D) it would not be correct as the river flows from West to East, not from North to South.

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