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Naab

Naab
The Naab near Kallmünz
Origin Fichtelgebirge
Mouth Danube
Basin countries Germany
Length 165 km (103 mi)
Basin area 5,225 km2 (2,017 sq mi)

The Naab (Czech: Nába) is a river in Bavaria, Germany, and is a left tributary of the Danube. It is approx. 165 km (103 mi) long, including its main source river Waldnaab.

The Naab is formed by the confluence of the Waldnaab and the Haidenaab in Luhe-Wildenau, south of Weiden in der Oberpfalz. It flows generally south, through the towns Nabburg, Schwandorf and Burglengenfeld. It flows into the Danube near Regensburg.

Sources

  • Die Naab – mit Waldnaab, Fichtelnaab, Haidenaab. (2004) Luftbildband, 132 Seiten, Pustet, Regensburg, 2004. ISBN 3-7917-1915-7
  • Die Naab – Leben am Fluß im Wandel der Zeit. (1998) Buch & Kunstverlag Oberpfalz, Amberg,´ISBN 3-924350-93-0

External links

  • Jura aktiv Labertal und Naabtal erleben
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