river in western Europe
|Origin of the watercourse|
|Mouth of the watercourse|
|Lake on watercourse|
Maps of the Meuse
See also: Meuse River map on EnWp: 
The Meuse flows through the following departments of France and towns:
- Vosges: Neufchâteau
- Meuse: Commercy, Saint-Mihiel, Verdun, Stenay
- Ardennes: Sedan, Charleville-Mézières, Givet
See also: Category:Meuse River in France Category:Meuse River in France
The Meuse flows through the following provinces of Belgium and towns:
Albert Canal  (filled with Meuse river water), near Lanaye, where it is connected with the Meuse river through the 1,9 Km long Lanaye canal
See also: Category:Meuse River in Belgium
Maas in the Netherlands
The Meuse flows through the following provinces of the Netherlands and towns:
- Limburg: Eijsden, Maastricht, Stein, Maasbracht, Roermond, Venlo, Gennep
- North Brabant: Boxmeer, Cuijk, Grave, Ravenstein, Lith, Heusden, Aalburg, Woudrichem
- Gelderland: Maasdriel
- South Holland: Dordrecht, Maassluis, Rotterdam
Lanaye canal connecting the Albert Canal with the Maas near Oost 
Maas river at Maastricht
One of the many Meuse grit pools in the province of Limburg nowadays; this one at Roermond
Building up the Meuse border at Venlo
Maas near Grave
Oude Maas (Old Meuse) near Dordrecht
At least part of the Meuse water passes through Rotterdam (often called the "Maasstad" ("Meuse town"))
From Rotterdam this (not so big) part of the Meuse water flows on to the sea through the "Nieuwe waterweg" 
The next place this part of the Meuse water passes is Maassluis (Meuse sluice) , situated on the northern border of the Nieuwe waterweg
Also on the same border the town of Hoek van Holland  finds itself (on the 'edge' of waterway and sea).
By far the biggest part of the Meuse water however passes to the Northsea through other, more southern located parts of the Rhine–Meuse–Scheldt delta
Near Willemstad  the two largest inlets of the Northsea through which most of the Meuse water passes (the Haringvliet and the Volkerak) meet each other.
Hellevoetsluis  is situated on the northern border of the Haringvliet.
Stellendam  is situated on the southern border of the Haringvliet.
But there's a fourth (the most southern) sea inlet through which part of the Meuse water passes. It's called the Ooster Schelde  and the water gets there from the Grevelingen through the Mastgat.
See also: Meuse River in the Netherlands