Rems

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Rems
Remseck-neckarrems2.jpg
Country Germany
Physical characteristics
Main source Swabian Jura
River mouth Neckar
48°52′25″N 9°16′29″E / 48.87361°N 9.27472°E / 48.87361; 9.27472Coordinates: 48°52′25″N 9°16′29″E / 48.87361°N 9.27472°E / 48.87361; 9.27472
Length 78.5 km (48.8 mi) [1]
Basin features
Progression NeckarRhineNorth Sea
Basin size 583 km2 (225 sq mi) [1]

The Rems is a right tributary of the Neckar in eastern Baden-Württemberg. It is 78 km long. It upsprings at Essingen, near Aalen. It flows more or less west through the towns Böbingen an der Rems, Schwäbisch Gmünd, Lorch, Plüderhausen, Schorndorf, Remshalden and Waiblingen. At Remseck the Rems flows into the Neckar.

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