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Breiter Graben

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Other name(s)  Flutgraben
Length  4 km
Country  Germany
Breiter Graben
Main source  Nochtener Weg, Mühlrose
River mouth  east of bridge of state road 130, Mulkwitz
Progression  Struga – Spree – Havel – Elbe – North Sea

Breiter Graben is a canal in Landkreis Görlitz, Saxony, Germany. It is also known as Flutgraben and runs between the north-western edge of the lignite open-cast mine Nochten and the village of Mulkwitz where it joins the river Struga, a tributary of the river Spree. On its course, it passes north of the village Mühlrose. Its acidic, iron-rich water, originating from an open-cast mine, heavily pollutes Struga river.

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Breiter Graben Wikipedia


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