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Ufer in Zarnewenz mit Hinweisschild auf das NSG Uferzone Dassower See.  Der Dassower See ist trotz seines Namens kein Binnensee, sondern eine Seitenbucht (Wiek) der Traveförde, fünf Kilometer oberhalb der Travemündung zur Ostsee

Ufer in Zarnewenz mit Hinweisschild auf das NSG Uferzone Dassower See. Der Dassower See ist trotz seines Namens kein Binnensee, sondern eine Seitenbucht (Wiek) der Traveförde, fünf Kilometer oberhalb der Travemündung zur Ostsee

Elbe River, Dresden  Barges and ferries moored at Bruhische Terrase on the famous Elbe River        Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/germany/saxony/dresden/images/elbe-river-dresden$6919-7#content#ixzz1n4dHl2ZI

Elbe River, Dresden Barges and ferries moored at Bruhische Terrase on the famous Elbe River Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/germany/saxony/dresden/images/elbe-river-dresden$6919-7#content#ixzz1n4dHl2ZI

Spreewald, Brandenburg, Germany

Spreewald, Brandenburg, Germany

https://flic.kr/p/bmi6xG | Eisgang | sun down and ice floes on the Elbe river

https://flic.kr/p/bmi6xG | Eisgang | sun down and ice floes on the Elbe river

Travel brochure "Elbe Fahrten," circa 1936. Singed "Rüffer, Dresden ... --> See more at http://www.EverythingAboutGermany.com

Travel brochure "Elbe Fahrten," circa 1936. Singed "Rüffer, Dresden ... --> See more at http://www.EverythingAboutGermany.com

ღღ "Royal Louise" - - - Wannsee Berlin 2006 ~~~  Von Ute Allendoerfer   http://seen.de/seebi/seedetails/Wannsee.html

ღღ "Royal Louise" - - - Wannsee Berlin 2006 ~~~ Von Ute Allendoerfer http://seen.de/seebi/seedetails/Wannsee.html

Map of the Elbe, Vltava & Havel Rivers

Map of the Elbe, Vltava & Havel Rivers

The Oder (German: Oder [ˈoːdɐ]; Czech/Polish: Odra) is a river in Central Europe. It rises in the Czech Republic and flows through western Poland, later forming 187 kilometres (116 mi) of the border between Poland and Germany, part of the Oder-Neisse line. The river ultimately flows into the Szczecin Lagoon north of Szczecin and then into three branches (the Dziwna, Świna and Peene) that empty into the Gulf of Pomerania of the Baltic Sea.

The Oder (German: Oder [ˈoːdɐ]; Czech/Polish: Odra) is a river in Central Europe. It rises in the Czech Republic and flows through western Poland, later forming 187 kilometres (116 mi) of the border between Poland and Germany, part of the Oder-Neisse line. The river ultimately flows into the Szczecin Lagoon north of Szczecin and then into three branches (the Dziwna, Świna and Peene) that empty into the Gulf of Pomerania of the Baltic Sea.

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