Alf (river)

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Alf
Origin Eifel
Mouth Moselle
50°3′25″N 7°7′42″E / 50.05694°N 7.12833°E / 50.05694; 7.12833Coordinates: 50°3′25″N 7°7′42″E / 50.05694°N 7.12833°E / 50.05694; 7.12833
Basin countries Germany
Length 59 km

The Alf is a small river in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, a left tributary of the Moselle. It rises in the Eifel, near Darscheid, east of Daun. The Alf flows south through Mehren, Gillenfeld and Bausendorf, where it turns east to flow into the Moselle in the village Alf.