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Beneden Merwede

The Beneden Merwede is a stretch of river in the Netherlands. It flows from the Boven Merwede river at Hardinxveld-Giessendam to Dordrecht, where it splits into the Noord river and the Oude Maas river. Its length is 14.9 km.

There is a road bridge and, more to the east, a railroad bridge between the train stations Dordrecht Stadspolders and Hardinxveld-Giessendam on the line Dordrecht-Gorinchem.

External links

  • fish migration route page with map (http://www.minvenw.nl/rws/riza/home/publicaties/nieuwsbrieven/migratie_forel/engels/nieuwsbrief_4/trekroutes_nieuwsbrief_4)
  • data (http://www.binnenvaart.be/htm/02ws/technisch/22fichemaasmond.htm)
  • map (http://www.binnenvaart.be/pictures/kaarten/waterwegen/22maasmond.gif)



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