Nysa Klodzka

Nysa Kłodzka

 

a river in southwestern Poland, a left tributary of the Oder (Odra) River. The Nysa Ktodzka is 195 km long and drains an area of 4,500 sq km. Rising in the Sudetes, the river flows through a hilly plain and, in its lower reaches, through the Silesian Lowlands. The average discharge at the river’s mouth is 25 cu m per sec, and the water level rises 3 or 4 m during flooding. In its upper reaches are the Otmuchowskie Reservoir and a hydroelectric power plant. The principal cities along the river are Nysa and Klodzko.

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Project I: "Reconstruction and streamlining the flood of the river Nysa Klodzka Nysa water reservoir (km 65 + 100) to the region Kubic (km 55 + 500) with existing structures" 2.
As part of the project and "Reconstruction and streamlining the flood of the river Nysa Klodzka Nysa water reservoir (km 65 + 100) to the r
Contract notice: completion of the project supervision project engineer on the implementation of projects project i reconstruction and streamlining the flood of the river nysa klodzka of the nysa water reservoir (km 65 + 100) to the region kubic (km 55 + 500), together with the existing buildings~ project ii modernisation buildings and equipment tank with the construction of other facilities necessary for the tank , implemented under the project modernization of the nysa water reservoir in the area of flood protection - phase i .
Contract award: building design and detailed design of fragmented regulation of the river nysa klodzka.
Building design and detailed design of fragmented regulation of the river Nysa Klodzka at km 131 +350-148 +700, from the city to Bystrzyca Klodzka in particular.