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Wieprza

Tributary of Wieprza in Darłówko (night)

Wieprza (German: Wipper), a river in north-western Poland, is a tributary of the Baltic Sea, with a length of 112 kilometers and a basin area of 2,170km². Its German name is Wipper (Farther Pomerania, where the river flows, belonged prior to 1945 to the German province of Pomerania).

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See also: rivers of Poland, list of rivers of Europe.

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