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Ruthebach

Ruthebach is a river of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is a left tributary of the Loddenbach north of Harsewinkel. It should not be confused with the Ruthenbach, a direct tributary of the Ems.

Ruthenbach (Ems)

Ruthenbach is a river of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is a left tributary of the Ems south of Harsewinkel. It should not be confused with the Ruthebach, a tributary of the Loddenbach, which is also officially referred to as Ruthenbach.

Sagebach

Sagebach is a river of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is 4.5 kilometres long and passes through the Egge Hills. It flows into the Beke in Altenbeken.

Schaler Aa

Schaler Aa is a river of Lower Saxony and North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It flows into the GroSe Aa south of Freren. The river sources as Weeser AA to the South-East of the Ankum heights and East Merzen, Lower Saxony. After crossing the border ...

Schlinge (river)

Schlinge is a river of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, and Gelderland, Netherlands. Dutch names are Boven-Slinge and Bielheimerbeek. Its source is between Gescher and Stadtlohn. It flows generally west through Sudlohn, Winterswijk, Bredevoort, A ...

Schwarzer Graben (Glenne)

Schwarzer Graben is a river of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Schwarzer Graben springs in Rietberg. It performs the South-West of Mastholte, district Rietberg, right Glenne, which is located upstream is also called Haustenbach.

Sickingmuhlenbach

Sickingmuhlenbach is a river of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It flows into the Lippe near Marl. Upstream from the confluence with its main tributary, the Loemuhlenbach, it is also called Silvertbach.

Sorpe (Rohr)

Sorpe is a river of Hochsauerlandkreis, North Rhine-Westphalia, western Germany. It is a left tributary of the Rohr, which is a tributary of the Ruhr, a tributary of the Rhine. Dam Sorpe is Sobe the formation of Sorpe reservoir. It is located nea ...

Steinbach (Vilicher Bach)

Steinbach is a river of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, in the district Beuel of Bonn. It flows into the Vilicher Bach, which in this part is called Muhlenbach.

Schledde (Stormeder Bach)

Stormeder Bach is a river of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Sources to the East of Geseke and South Stormede district Geseke. It left the source Brandenbaumer Bach.

Strombach (Agger)

The currents source comes from the northern outskirts of Gummeroth at an altitude of 354 m above sea level. NN 7 ° 3114 E, 51 ° 223 "N. The stream then slowly moves in a mostly southern direction through a number of villages including: Gummeroth, ...

Sulz (river)

Sulz is a river of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It flows into the Agger near Lohmar. Its total length is 48.7 km, including its main source river Lindlarer Sulz.

Teufelsbach (Rhynerscher Bach)

Teufelsbach, also called Ostfeldgraben and Freisker Bach, is a river of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is a tributary of the Rhynerscher Bach. Its largest fraction is part of the city of Hamm.

Hormecke

The Wacker is a small river of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is a left tributary of the Bache. The Heve is a tributary of the Mohne.

Wannebach (Lenne)

Wannebach is a river of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Sources North-East of Stubbeken, in the district of Iserlohn. It is a right tributary of the Lenne near Hagen.

Wannebach (Ruhr, Ergste)

Wannebach is a stream of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. The spring of the Wannebach is in Burenbruch, a part of Ergste, which is a district of Schwerte. It is a left tributary of the Ruhr.

Wannebach (Ruhr, Westhofen)

Wannebach is a small river of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is right tributary of the Ruhr. Its source is near Dortmund-Syburg, north of the Hengsteysee. It joins the Ruhr near Schwerte-Westhofen, about 900 m downstream from the other Wanne ...

WeiS (Sieg)

The WeiS is a river of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, which is 18.1 kilometers in length. Its source is near the mountain Kalteiche, at a height of 493 meters above sea level. Then it flows through the villages Wilgersdorf, Rudersdorf, Anzhause ...

Werre

The Werre is a river in the Detmold region of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, left tributary of the Weser. Its source is near Horn-Bad Meinberg. The Werre flows generally north through the towns Detmold, Lage, Bad Salzuflen, Herford and Lohne. I ...

Treise

Wester is a 14-km long river, a southern tributary of Mohne of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It flows between the towns of Warstein and Belecke.

Wiembecke

Wiembecke is a river of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Its source is near the Externsteine in the Teutoburg Forest. It flows through Horn-Bad Meinberg and joins the Werre in Detmold. In the lower reaches Wiembecke also called Knochenbach and Be ...

Wipperfelder Bach

Wipperfelder Bach is a river of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is 3.4 kilometres long. It is a orographic right tributary of the Kurtener Sulz.

Worbke

Worbke is a river of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. The Worbke is approximately 4 km long, a right tributary of the Werre in the Lippe district in Ostwestfalen-Lippe. The source of the river has an elevation of 260 metres and the mouth an eleva ...

Alte Luppe

Alte Luppe is a small river of Saxony, Germany. Old Luppe flows in a North-Western suburb of Leipzig. It starts in the left branch Bauerngraben. It is a left tributary of the Neue Luppe.

Bahra (river)

Bahra is a river of the Czech Republic and of Saxony, Germany. Its source is in the eastern Ore Mountains, on the Czech border. It flows into the Gottleuba, a tributary of the Elbe.

Bahre

Bahre is a river of Saxony, Germany. It is a tributary of the Elbe through the Seidewitz and the Gottleuba. Its source is in the eastern Ore Mountains. It gave its name to the municipality Bahretal.

Batschke

The Batschke, also FloSgraben, is a small river of Saxony, Germany. It flows into the PleiSe near Leipzig. Much of its course has been disrupted by lignite mining.

Bobritzsch (river)

The Bobritzsch is a river of Saxony, Germany. It is a right tributary of the Freiberger Mulde with a length of about 38 km. Its Gewasserkennzahl is 5422.

Breiter Graben

Breiter Graben is a canal in Landkreis Gorlitz, Saxony, Germany. It is also known as Flutgraben and runs between the north-western edge of the lignite open-cast mine Nochten and the village of Mulkwitz where it joins the river Struga, a tributary ...

Chemnitz (river)

The Chemnitz is a river in Saxony, Germany, a right tributary of the Zwickauer Mulde. It gave name to the city of Chemnitz, where it is formed by the smaller rivers Zwonitz and Wurschnitz. It joins the Zwickauer Mulde near Wechselburg, south of R ...

Cunnersdorfer Wasser

Cunnersdorfer Wasser is a river of Saxony, Germany. It is a right tributary of the Lobauer Wasser, which it joins near Lobau. It flows through Obercunnersdorf and Niedercunnersdorf.

GroSe Mittweida

The GroSe Mittweida is a river of Saxony, Germany. It is a right tributary of the Schwarzwasser, which it joins in Schwarzenberg. Its source is on the north slope of the Fichtelberg.

Grundwasser

The Grundwasser, also called Grundbach or Hinteres Wasser, is a small stream of Upper Lusatia in Germany. It is a left tributary of the Landwasser, which it joins near Oderwitz. It has a length of about three miles and flows through the villages ...

Kleine Roder (GroSe Roder)

The Kleine Roder or Wilde Roder is a river in the east German state of Saxony. It is about 20 km long and rises on the southwestern slopes of the Eierberg near Lichtenberg in the district of Bautzen at 320 m. Below Leppersdorf the village in the ...

Kleine Spree

The Kleine Spree is a river of Saxony, Germany. It is a left branch of the Spree, from which it splits near GroSdubrau and which it joins near Spreewitz.

Lober (Mulde)

The Lober is a river of Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. It flows into the Mulde near Pouch. Its course has been heavily affected by lignite mining, its lower course is a canal, also called Lober-Leine-Kanal. The Lober flows through the town De ...

Mulde

The Mulde is a river in Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. It is a left tributary of the Elbe and is 124 kilometres long. The river is formed by the confluence, near Colditz, of the Zwickauer Mulde works through the Zwickau Mulde and Freiberger w ...

Nahle

The Nahle is a river of Saxony, Germany. It is a 2.7-kilometre-long tributary of the White Elster in Leipzig, Saxony. It is part of the Elster-Luppe system in the northern Leipzig floodplain forest.

Neue Luppe

Neue Luppe is an artificial river of Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. The Neue Luppe starts in Elsterbecken. It is a left tributary of the river White Elster, which they join near Schkeuditz.

PleiSe

The PleiSe is a river of Saxony and Thuringia, Germany. In PleiSe their origin to the southwest of Zwickau at Ebersbrunn, then flows through Werdau, Crimmitschau, Altenburg, and other cities and villages in Saxony and Thuringia, before flowing to ...

Pohlbach

The Pohlbach is a river of Saxony, Germany and of the Czech Republic. It is a right tributary of the Zschopau, which it joins near Thermalbad Wiesenbad.

PrieSnitz (Elbe)

The PrieSnitz is a river of Saxony, Germany. It is a right tributary of the Elbe, which it joins in Dresden. For much of its length it flows through the Dresden Heath.

Roter Graben (GroSe Roder)

The Roter Graben is a river of Saxony, Germany. It rises northeast of Dresden in Dresden Heath. It is a left tributary of the GroSe Roder in Grunberg, an Ortsteil of Ottendorf-Okrilla.

Satkula

The Satkula is a small stream of Saxony, Germany. The source of the Satkula is located in the village Kleinhanchen, municipality of Burkau/Porchow, Lusatia, Germany, in the Lusatian Highlands. It is a right tributary of the Klosterwasser, which i ...

Schnauder

The Schnauder is a river of Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia in Germany. It is a right tributary of the White Elster, which it joins near Groitzsch.

Schwarzer Graben (Elbe)

The Schwarzer Graben is a river of Saxony, Germany. This spring the East Bohlitz, district Thallwitz, its upper course is called the Schwarzer Bach. In the lower reaches of the Schwarzer Graben is called Weinske, it is a left tributary of the Elb ...

Seidewitz

The Seidewitz is a river of Saxony, Germany. It is a left tributary of the Gottleuba, into which it flows in the town Pirna. Its source is in the Eastern Ore Mountains, near the village Breitenau. It flows through the town Liebstadt. Its length i ...

Steindobra

Steindobra is a river of Saxony, Germany. Above from its junction with Steinbach, it also takes the name of Muhlbach. It is a right tributary of the Brunndobra, which it joins in Klingenthal. Its source is about 850 m above sea level in the upper ...

Treba (river)

The Treba is a river of Saxony, Germany. In Trebas source close to Neustadt. Southeast Trojen in treba connects with Lammelsbach and then called Treuener Vasser. In Treuener Vasser runs right in Trieb between the city and Trojan Predam ThoSfell. ...

Verlorenes Wasser

Verlorenes Wasser is the name given to several streams on the right-hand perimeter of the Dresden Basin in Saxony, Germany, in some cases as their proper name, in others as a colloquial name.