Where Rivers Join
These are eight stunning examples of places where two or more rivers meet. Known as a conflux or confluence, it refers to the point where multiple bodies of water merge. These places show an incredible contrasting beauty that only pictures can display.
The Rhone and Arve Rivers in Geneva, Switzerland
The Ilz, Danube, and Inn Rivers in Passau, Germany
The Jialing and Yangtze Rivers in Chongqing, China
The Thompson and Fraser Rivers in Lytton in British Colombia, Canada
The Green and Colorado Rivers in
Canyonlands National Park in Utah, United States
The Mosel and Rhine Rivers in Koblenz, Germany
The Drava and Danuve Rivers near Osijek, Croatia
The Alaknanda and Bhagirathi Rivers in Devprayag, India
In Germany we don’t say “I don’t care” we say “Das ist mir Wurst” which roughly translates as “This is sausage to me” I think that’s beautiful.
no you don’t understand we actually do say that
One thing i love about German instead of saying ‘None of my business’ they say ‘Das ist nicht mein Bier’ which means ‘That is not my beer’ and I think that’s hilarious
We also say “ich glaub’ mein Schwein pfeift” as an expression of disbelief and frustration, which translates to “I think my pig is whistling”.
No offense to pigs that can’t whistle.