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The Stremme is a 20 km long tributary of the lower Havel and rises in Saxony-Anhalt in the Jerichower Land district between the communities of Brettin and Roßdorf near Genthin. Until the middle of the 18th century, the Stremme river began near Seedorf in the immediate vicinity of the Elbe. However, the first section of the Stremme - from Seedorf to Roßdorf - became part of the Plauer Canal built in 1743, which today belongs to the Elbe-Havel Canal. The remaining part of the river was regulated from 1780 to 1784 by order of Frederick the Great.
August 4, 2020
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