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Your pictures: Europe's floods

Parliament building in flooded Budapest (Photo: Chris X Vannerom)

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Budapest - flooded tram lines (Photo: Chris X Vannerom)

Hungary has been badly hit, but floods also caused chaos in Austria, Germany and the Czech Republic. Photo: Chris X Vannerom

Budapest - flooded tram lines (Photo: Chris X Vannerom)

The Danube in Budapest has reached record levels, flooding streets and rail and tram lines. Photo: Chris X Vannerom

Budapest - flooded ship port (photo: Adam Szakal, Hungary)

The half-submerged international ship port in Budapest. Photo: Adam Szakal.

Budapest - children cycling (photo: Adam Szakal, Hungary)

Children cycling near the city's Elisabeth bridge. Photo: Adam Szakal.

Waterlogged area of Dresden

The Elbe hit a high of 7.5m (25ft) in Dresden but then fell again, so there was no repeat of the severe 2002 flood. Photo: Phil Wilson.

(photo: Jan Kotuc)

This was taken at a ferry border crossing on the Morava River between Austria and Slovakia. "The place where the ferry is moored would normally be a river bank." Photo: Jan Kotuc.

(photo: Jill Hitchcock)

The riverside tram running along the Danube on the Pest side of Budapest is normally a popular route for tourists, but has had to be stopped. Photo: Jill Hitchcock.

Budapest - flooded underpass

"A pedestrian underpass which is normally about five metres away from the river - I had walked through it the previous day". Photo: Jenny Shaw.

Prague flood barriers

The second line of defences in Prague - but the threat to the Czech capital has now receded. Photo: Andy Granger.

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