Arbon
Lake Constance (Bodensee)

Slightly smaller than Lake Geneva, which is divided between Switzerland and France in the far west of the country, Lake Constance is bordered by three countries: Switzerland, Germany and Austria. Opposite Arbon is Germany, 11.5 km away as the crow flies. The lake takes its name from the town of Konstanz, to the west. Its German name ("Bodensee") comes from a village called Bodman (near Ludwigshafen), which was an important place in the early Middle Ages.

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