Rostock, Germany. 18th June, 2019. The developed watercourse 2/8 in the district Evershagen, inlet to the Schmarler Bach. After the redesign of the watercourse, the Evershagen district is largely protected from flooding. At a press event on watercourse 2/8, the Hanseatic city's drainage concept for heavy rainfall is presented. After the heavy rain of 2011, a drainage plan for Rostock has been drawn up in recent years, according to which the 50 main flow paths and 150 secondary flow paths will be extended. Credit: Bernd Wüstneck/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB/dpa/Alamy Live News

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Rostock, Germany. 18th June, 2019. The developed watercourse 2/8 in the district Evershagen, inlet to the Schmarler Bach. After the redesign of the watercourse, the Evershagen district is largely protected from flooding. At a press event on watercourse 2/8, the Hanseatic city's drainage concept for heavy rainfall is presented. After the heavy rain of 2011, a drainage plan for Rostock has been drawn up in recent years, according to which the 50 main flow paths and 150 secondary flow paths will be extended. Credit: Bernd Wüstneck/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB/dpa/Alamy Live News Stock Photo
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Rostock, Germany. 18th June, 2019. The developed watercourse 2/8 in the district Evershagen, inlet to the Schmarler Bach. After the redesign of the watercourse, the Evershagen district is largely protected from flooding. At a press event on watercourse 2/8, the Hanseatic city's drainage concept for heavy rainfall is presented. After the heavy rain of 2011, a drainage plan for Rostock has been drawn up in recent years, according to which the 50 main flow paths and 150 secondary flow paths will be extended. Credit: Bernd Wüstneck/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB/dpa/Alamy Live News
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