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Lohr (river)

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States  Bavaria
Basin size  235.5 km (90.9 sq mi)
Source  Flörsbach (Lohr)
Country  Germany
River system  Rhine
Basin area  235.5 km²
Mouth  Lohr am Main
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Main source  confluence of Flörsbach (right) and the Lohrbach (left) south of Lohrhaupten 270 m (890 ft) above sea level at the confluence
River mouth  Lohr am Main into the Main 147 m (482 ft) above sea level
Progression  Lohr → Main → Rhine → North Sea

Lohr is a right tributary of the Main in Germany. Although its origins lie in the Main-Kinzig district of Hesse, most of the course of the Lohr is in the Main-Spessart district of Bavaria.

Contents

Map of Lohr, Lohr a. Main, Germany

Course

The Lohr is created by the confluence of the Flörsbach (right) and the Lohrbach (left). Around 1 km below the confluence, the Lohr enters Bavaria. It then flows south to Frammersbach, southeast to Partenstein and continues to Lohr am Main where it discharges into the Main.

References

Lohr (river) Wikipedia


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