The Pannerdens Kanaal (Pannerden Canal) is a canal in the Netherlands that was dug between 1701 and 1709 to cut off a large, shallow bend of river Rhine and so improve river traffic and water regulation. Canals are artificial channels for water There are two types of canals water conveyance canals which are used for the conveyance and delivery of water and Waterways The Netherlands ( Dutch:, ˈnedərlɑnt is the European part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, which consists of the Netherlands the Netherlands Year 1709 ( MDCCIX) was a Common year starting on Tuesday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian calendar (or a Common year "Riverine" redirects here For the use of that term in Maritime geography, see there The Rhine (Rhein Rijn Rhin Reno Rain Rhenus is one of the longest and most important Rivers in Europe at 1320 kilometres (820 mi with an average discharge
The canal, now indistinguishable from a "real" river, forks off north from river Waal a few kilometres past the point where the Bijlands Kanaal, a similar canal dug to cut off a Waal bend, ends. The kilometre ( American spelling: kilometer) symbol km is a unit of Length in the Metric system, equal to one thousand Bijlands Kanaal (Bijland Canal is a Canal in the Dutch Province of Gelderland, near the Dutch- German Border. It flows past the towns of Pannerden (right bank), which gives the canal its name, and Angeren (left bank) and so north to the point where the old Rhine bend flows into it and the river continues to the sea as Nederrijn (Lower Rhine). Pannerden is a village in the Dutch province of Gelderland. It is located in the municipality of Rijnwaarden. Angeren is a town in Gelderland in the municipality of Lingewaard. The North Sea is a marginal, Epeiric sea of the Atlantic Ocean on the European Continental shelf. Nederrijn ("Lower Rhine" is the name of the Dutch part of River Rhine from the confluence at the town of Angeren of the cut-off Rhine bend of The old Rhine bend, cut off at its upstream end, still exists and is called, unsurprisingly, Oude Rijn (Old Rhine). Oude Rijn ("Old Rhine" is the name of a long former bend in River Rhine in the Dutch Province of Gelderland.