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Your pictures: Alpine floods
People wade through river water
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Tourist and locals wade through the centre of Lucerne, Switzerland. (Pic: Robert Jonsen)
Swollen river Aare in Bern
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Bern, Switzerland: The river Aare burst its banks and sent muddy water cascading through low-lying streets. (Pic: Diccon Bewes)
Swollen river Aare in Bern
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The river Aare in Bern reached the record level set during floods in 1999. (Pic: Diccon Bewes)
Swollen river Aare in Bern
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The rain eased on Tuesday but the situation remains tense in Bern and beyond, including the popular resort of Interlaken. (Pic: Diccon Bewes)
Kandersteg, Switzerland, after the river Kander burst its banks
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Elsewhere in Switzerland, the heavy rain triggered landslides and disrupted transport. This is Kandersteg, Switzerland, after the river Kander burst its banks. (Pic: Kerry Rauber)
Lake Lucerne, Switzerland
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Water levels have risen dramatically around Lake Lucerne and many popular mountain holiday resorts have been completely cut off. (Pic: Julia McAulay)
Floods in Tirol, Austria
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In Austria, floods have caused chaos in the west of the country, leaving three people dead and one missing. (Pic: Michaela)
High-level river
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Richard Smith took this photo of the rising river level as it flows from Lake Thun through the town.
Floods in Tirol, Austria
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Lechtal Valley in Tirol and the Kleinwalsertal Valley in Vorarlberg have been badly affected. (Pic: Michaela) If you have any pictures of the floods you can send them to yourpics@bbc.co.uk.
Road closed at Windisch, northern Switzerland
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Roads have been closed because of the flood danger. Hannah Medici sent this picture from Windisch, where the river Reuss meets the Aare.
People sitting on benches at dusk
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Maja Ostojic took this photo of people sitting on benches around Lake Zurich on August 24.


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