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Uecker

Uecker
The rivers Ucker/Uecker, Randow, and Welse
Origin Uckermark
Mouth Szczecin Lagoon
Basin countries Germany
Length 102 km (63 mi)
Source elevation 69 m (226 ft)
Basin area 2,200 km2 (850 sq mi)
The Ucker near Torgelow

The Uecker ([ˈʏkər]) or Ucker[1] is a Eggesin on the left site. Here the river Randow flows into the Uecker. In Ueckermünde, the Uecker flows into the Szczecin Lagoon, which connects with the Baltic Sea through the three straits Peenestrom, Świna and Dziwna.

The name "Uecker" originated in the Polabian word vikru/vikrus, meaning "fast" or "quick".[2] The Uecker gave its name to the Uckermark historical region and to the two districts Uckermark and Uecker-Randow.

Notes

  1. ^ Leciejewicz, p. 58
  2. ^ Heinrich, p. 382

References

  • Heinrich, Gerd (1973). Handbuch der historischen Stätten Deutschlands, Band 10, Berlin und Brandenburg (in Deutsch). Stuttgart: Alfred Kröner Verlag. p. 563.  
  • Leciejewicz, Lech (1989). Słowianie zachodni : z dziejów tworzenia się średniowiecznej Europy (in Polski). Wrocław: Zakład Narodowy im. Ossolińskich.  
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