Abens

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Abens
Country Germany
Basin features
Main source Hallertau
River mouth Danube
48°51′26″N 11°46′11″E / 48.85722°N 11.76972°E / 48.85722; 11.76972Coordinates: 48°51′26″N 11°46′11″E / 48.85722°N 11.76972°E / 48.85722; 11.76972
Progression DanubeBlack Sea
Physical characteristics
Length 76 km (47 mi)

The Abens is a river in Bavaria, Germany, and a right-bank tributary of the Danube. Its source is near Au in der Hallertau. Some 76 kilometres (47 mi) long, it flows generally northward through the small towns of Au in der Hallertau, Rudelzhausen, Mainburg, Siegenburg, and Abensberg. It empties into the Danube at Eining, part of Neustadt an der Donau.