Reda (river)

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Reda River and the surrounding landscape
Reda River and the surrounding landscape
Mouth Bay of Puck
Basin countries Poland
Length 45 km (28 mi)
Basin area 485 km²

The Reda is a river in northern Poland in the Pomeranian Voivodship. It empties into the Bay of Puck, a part of Gdańsk Bay.

The Reda is 45 km long, and drains about 485 square kilometers. It flows within the geographical region of Pobrzeże Kaszubskie; bordering Puszcza Darżlubska (English: Darżlubie Forest, or Darżlubska Wilderness) to the north, and the Tricity Landscape Park (Trójmiejski Park Krajobrazowy) to the south.

Flow of the Reda river[edit]

The Reda flows through or near these locations:


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Coordinates: 54°38′28″N 18°28′25″E / 54.6411°N 18.4736°E / 54.6411; 18.4736