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A city of northeast France south of Colmar. Originally a free city in the Holy Roman Empire, it joined the Swiss Confederation in 1515 before passing to France in 1798, to Germany in 1870, and to France again in 1918.x
Mulhouse), a town of Germany, in Upper Alsace, on the Ill, an affluent of the Rhine, and the RhineRhone canal, about 56 m.
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