Regnitz


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Regnitz

 

(also Rednitz), a river in the Federal Republic of Germany, a left tributary of the Main. The Rednitz is 183 km long and drains an area of 7,500 sq km. Originating in the Fran-conian Jura, it flows primarily over the hilly plains of Bavaria. The mean flow rate is 55 cu m per sec. The lower course is navigable. The cities of Nuremberg and Bamberg are in the valley of the Regnitz.

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