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The Seseke is a left-sided tributary of the Lippe in North Rhine-Westphalia. It has no excellent source, but is fed by several streams and ditches in the area Werl-Holtum and Unna-Hemmerde. As part of the Seseke program, the formerly open sewage system from 1984 was transformed by the Lippeverband into a sewage-free and natural river landscape. The catchment area of the Seseke covers an area of 319.45 km ². The largest tributary of the Seseke is the Körnebach, the longest of the Lünern Bach with 13.5 km.The Roman historian Cassius Dio calls in connection with the Drusus campaigns (12 to 8 BC) a river called "Elison". It should be the Seseke.
July 29, 2017
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