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Excerpt from A Manual of Belgium and the Adjoining Territories
This volume is concerned only with the districts west Of the Rhine and north-west Of the Moselle; that is to say, the only parts of the Schiefergebirge with which it deals are the Ardennes and Eifel. It is, however, important to realize that the Rhine and Moselle valleys are, so to speak, mere accidents in the geography Of the Schiefergebirge as a whole they do not form physical boundaries, and the character Of the hill-districts does not change very much from one bank to the other.
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