|State Baden-Württemberg||Country Germany|
The Aalbach is a 26.5 km long river in Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It is an eastern tributary of the River Main . History
Map of Aalbach, Wertheim am Main, Germany
The stream begins at the confluence of Haselgrund digging and Ströhleinsaugraben north of Waldbrunn . It flows to the southeast of the Main square in Wertheim - Bettingen in the Main, which here in the Urpharer Mainschleife occurs. InflowsZiegelbach (Mühlbach) (right) Kappwiesenbrünnchen (left) Saugraben (right) Leitenbach (right) Bien Graben  (right) Benz trench (right) Renztalgraben (right) Hasengrund (Wetschelgraben) (right)
River System AalbachList of rivers in the river system Aalbach
The Aalbach flows through the following places:Waldbrunn Waldbüttelbrunn - Mädelhofen Waldbüttelbrunn - Roßbrunn Uettingen, Germany Remlingen Wood churches Holzkirchen - Wüstenzell Wertheim - Dertingen Wertheim Bettingen
The Aalbachtal passes through the eastern part of the early medieval Waldsassengaus in the area between Maindreieck and Mainviereck .