Tiergartenbach

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Tiergartenbach
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Location
Country Germany
State Bavaria
Physical characteristics
Mouth  
  location
Hafenlohr
  coordinates
49°58′05″N9°23′51″E / 49.9680°N 9.3975°E / 49.9680; 9.3975
Basin features
Progression HafenlohrMainRhineNorth Sea

Tiergartenbach is a small river of Bavaria, Germany. It is a right tributary of the Hafenlohr in Rothenbuch.

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