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Over one hundred major floods have affected Europe over the last five years. Since the start of the Millennium European floods has caused at least 700 deaths, the displacement of about half a million people and at least EUR 25 billion in insured losses. Dresden, Germany was flooded in June 2013, when the River Elbe peaked at nearly 7 metres above its normal level. The River Danube also flooded at this time, the combination resulting in 52,500 people being affected by evacuations. 

Data for the following cities will be available soon: Brno, Cardiff, Carlisle, Dresden, Firenze, Gdansk, Graz, Ingolstadt, Milano, Tours, Waterford, Zagreb

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