Czech Republic–Germany border
The Czech Republic–Germany border is the international border between the Czech Republic and Germany. It forms a 815 kilometres (506 mi) arc extending from Austria at the south to Poland at the north.
Several rivers cross this border, or form portions of it. These include:
- Chamb (Czech: Kouba)
- Wondreb (Czech: Odrava)
- Ohře (German: Eger)
- Weisse Elster (Czech: Bílý Halštrov)
- Natzschung (Czech: Načetinský potok)
- Floha (Czech: Flájský potok)
- Wilde Weißeritz (Czech: Divoká Bystřice)
- Müglitz (Czech: Mohelnice)
- Elbe (Czech: Labe)
- Spree (Czech: Spréva)
- Mandau (Czech: Mandava)
- Lausitzer Neiße (Czech: Lužická Nisa)
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- Asiedu, Dita (July 30, 2002). "Can Britain expect to see a new wave of Czech Roma asylum applicants?". Radio Praha. Retrieved 2008-10-04.
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