Salm (Moselle)

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For a river in Belgium, tributary to the Amblève, see Salm (Amblève).
The Salm between Eichelhütte and Himmerod in the Eifel.
Main source Eifel
River mouth Moselle
49°50′25″N 6°51′8″E / 49.84028°N 6.85222°E / 49.84028; 6.85222Coordinates: 49°50′25″N 6°51′8″E / 49.84028°N 6.85222°E / 49.84028; 6.85222
Country Germany
Length 63 km

The Salm is a 63 km-long river in western Germany (Rhineland-Palatinate), a left-bank tributary to the river Moselle. It rises in the Eifel, near the village of Salm, south of Gerolstein. The Salm flows generally south, through Großlittgen, Dreis, and Salmtal. It passes west of Wittlich. It empties into the Moselle in Klüsserath.