Oder (Harz)

The Oder is a 56-kilometre-long (35 mi) river in Lower Saxony, Germany, and a right tributary of the Rhume. Its source is in the Harz mountains, near Sankt Andreasberg. It flows southwest through Bad Lauterberg, Pöhlde and Hattorf am Harz. The Oder flows into the Rhume in Katlenburg-Lindau.

Oder
Southwest Harz with the Oder
Location
CountryGermany
StateEast Lower Saxony
Physical characteristics
Source 
  locationnear Oderbrück [de] (part of Sankt Andreasberg) in the Harz Mountains
  elevationca. 810 m above sea level (NN)
Mouth 
  location
near Katlenburg into the Rhume
  coordinates
51°40′44″N 10°6′11.05″E
  elevation
131 m above sea level (NN)
Length56.1 km (34.9 mi)[1]
Basin size385 km2 (149 sq mi)[1]
Basin features
ProgressionRhumeLeineAllerWeserNorth Sea
LandmarksSmall towns: Bad Lauterberg
Tributaries 
  leftPöhlder Beber
  rightSperrlutter, Lutter, Sieber
WaterbodiesReservoirs: Oderteich, Oder Reservoir

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