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European Ports: Introduction to Duisburg Port

Duisburg Port Map

The location of Duisburg port is shown on the map.

Geographical longitude of Duisburg: 6.7623293, latitude: 51.4344079. One of the main ports for inland routes in Europe

Duisburg-China-Europe Railway Freight Terminal.

Duisburg is located on the Lower Rhine in the west of the Ruhr area. It is an independent city in the administrative district of Dusseldorf and the fifth largest city in North Rhine-Westphalia. The Port of Duisburg-Rurolt, with its city center located in the Rurolt district, is the largest inland port in Europe. A university in Duisburg was reorganized into the University of Duisburg-Essen in 2003 with the nearby University of Essen.

Duisburg is an important shipping port in Germany. For more information about German ports, please refer to the list below.

Europe is located to the west of Asia and is part of the Eurasian continent. Its north, west and south sides are bordered by the Arctic Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean Sea and Black Sea respectively, and its east and southeast are adjacent to Asia, just like a large peninsula protruding westward from the Eurasian continent. From the perspective of sea and land position, Europe faces the Atlantic Ocean, has its back to the hinterland of Asia, and is located on the west coast of the continent. The main ports of European routes are: FELIXSTOWE UK, HAMBURG Germany, ANTWERP Antwerp Belgium, ROTTERDAM Rotterdam Netherlands, LE HAVRE France, BREMEN Bremen Germany, SOUTHAMPTON Southampton UK, ZEEBRUGGE Zeebrugge Belgium , THAMESPORT UK, BREMERHAVEN Germany, GIOIA TAURO Italy.

Among them: FELIXSTOWE UK, HAMBURG Germany, ANTWERP Antwerp Belgium, ROTTERDAM Rotterdam Netherlands, LE HAVER Le Havre France. These five ports are often called European basic ports, also called European ports.

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