Reda (river)

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Reda River and the surrounding landscape
Reda River and the surrounding landscape
Country Poland
Basin features
River mouth Bay of Puck
Basin size 485 km2 (187 sq mi)
Physical characteristics
Length 45 km (28 mi)

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