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Przekop (Polish pronunciation: [ˈpʂɛkɔp]), (German: Weichseldurchstich) located in Poland, is a branch of the Vistula river in its delta. It was artificially created in 1895 to link the Leniwka branch with Gdańsk Bay near the village of Świbno. Currently, the main current of the Vistula reaches the sea through Przekop. It is also referred to as Przekop Wisły (the name literally means Vistula Dug-through in Polish).
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