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Eckbachmündung in den Rhein

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  • Biitii 105

    The Eckbach, in the Middle Ages Leinbach, in the region called the Eck, on the lower reaches Neugraben and Leininger Graben, is a good 39 km long stream and a left or west tributary of the Rhine in Rhineland-Palatinate. There it flows mainly in the northeastern Palatinate, only the last 2 km of the stream and its mouth are in the extreme southeast of Rheinhessen. On the first 23 km of his run, the Eckbach-Mühlenwanderweg accompanies him. Source: Wiki

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  • Biitii 105

    By the way, the "Worms Sandbank" starts here. Although it consists mainly of gravel, but this section is very popular with two- and four-legged friends.

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  • Elevation150 m