Naab

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Naab
Kallmunz Die Naab.JPG
The Naab near Kallmünz
Location
Country Germany
Physical characteristics
Source 
  location Fichtelgebirge
Mouth  
  location
Danube
  coordinates
49°1′0″N12°1′53″E / 49.01667°N 12.03139°E / 49.01667; 12.03139 Coordinates: 49°1′0″N12°1′53″E / 49.01667°N 12.03139°E / 49.01667; 12.03139
Length97.5 km (61 mi) [1]
Basin size5,514 km2 (2,129 sq mi) [1]
Basin features
Progression DanubeBlack Sea

The Naab (Czech: Nába) is a river in Bavaria, Germany, and is a left tributary of the Danube. Including its main source river Waldnaab, it is 196.6 km (122 mi) long. [1]

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The Naab is formed by the confluence of the Waldnaab and the Haidenaab in Luhe-Wildenau, south of Weiden in der Oberpfalz. It flows generally south, through the towns Nabburg, Schwandorf and Burglengenfeld. It flows into the Danube near Regensburg.

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  1. 1 2 3 Complete table of the Bavarian Waterbody Register by the Bavarian State Office for the Environment (xls, 10.3 MB)