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Schmalwasser bei Bargfeld.jpg
The Schmalwasser near Bargfeld
Country Germany
States Lower Saxony
Physical characteristics
River mouth Lutter
51°42′15″N 10°20′40″E / 51.70417°N 10.34444°E / 51.70417; 10.34444Coordinates: 51°42′15″N 10°20′40″E / 51.70417°N 10.34444°E / 51.70417; 10.34444
Length 11.5 km (7.1 mi) [1]
Basin features
Progression LutterLachteAllerWeserNorth Sea
Mouth of the Schmalwasser into the Lutter near Bargfeld (right)

The Schmalwasser is a large heath stream on the southern edge of the Lüneburg Heath. The brook rises near Blickwedel, winds southwards, is joined from the left by the Räderbach and discharges into the Lutter in the village of Bargfeld (in the municipality of Eldingen).

The story Die Wasserstraße by Arno Schmidt (1964) is about a walk up the Schmalwasser.


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Media related to Schmalwasser at Wikimedia Commons