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Treene (river)

Summary
The Treene (Trenen) is a river, hydrologically and nominally long, in Southern Schleswig in the north of Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. It is a right-bank tributary of the River Eider. It starts in northern Angeln, southeast of Flensburg, and flows mainly south-south-west before joining the Eider near Friedrichstadt. The upper course are called Bondenau (Bondeå) and Kielsau (Kilså). Its source is situated in the ground of Mohrkirch. The name 'Treene' begins at the Treßsee (Træsø) lake near Großsolt in the district of Schleswig-Flensburg. After about it reaches the town of Friedrichstadt (in Nordfriesland district). There it is released through valves into the estuary of the Eider, above the Eider Barrage. It is the most important tributary of Eider river. Since the construction of Kiel Canal, it is even stronger than Eider river itself. Details The Bondenau, as the main headstream of the Treene, rises east of the Tressee on the peninsula of Angeln, bounded by the Flensb
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