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Trebel River

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Trebel River

The Trebel is a river in Vorpommern, a region of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, some 75 kilometer long. The Poggendorfer Trebel (source Klein Zarnewanz), Beek (source in Wittenhagen) are the sources of the river and merge in Grimmen. The Trebel then runs near Quitzin, merges to Blinde Trebel near Franzburg, is connected to the Recknitz River by a ditch near Tribsees, merges with Warbel River near Bassendorf (part of Deyelsdorf), then constitutes the historical border between Mecklenburg and Pomerania, and merges into the Peene River near Demmin. Ibitzgraben, Ibitzbach, and Roter Brückengraben are ditches connecting the rivers Trebel and Peene near the site of their coinfluence.

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  • Description of Trebel river (German)

Coordinates: 53°55′N 13°01′E / 53.917°N 13.017°E / 53.917; 13.017

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