Tauber

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Tauber
Tauber bei Waldenhausen 220505.jpg
The Tauber near Waldenhausen (Wertheim am Main)
Country  Germany
States Baden-Württemberg, Bavaria
Reference no. DE: 246
Physical characteristics
Main source near Weikersholz
447 m above sea level (NN)
49°15′00″N 10°06′53″E / 49.25°N 10.114861°E / 49.25; 10.114861Coordinates: 49°15′00″N 10°06′53″E / 49.25°N 10.114861°E / 49.25; 10.114861
River mouth near Wertheim am Main into the Main
136 m above sea level (NN)
49°45′48″N 9°30′49″E / 49.763389°N 9.513722°E / 49.763389; 9.513722
Length 131.7 km (81.8 mi) [1]
Discharge
  • Location:
    at Bockenfeld Gauge
  • Average rate:
    0.63 m3/s (22 cu ft/s)
Discharge
(location 2)
  • Location:
    Archshofen
  • Average rate:
    2.64 m3/s (93 cu ft/s)
Discharge
(location 3)
  • Location:
    Bad Mergentheim
  • Average rate:
    6.94 m3/s (245 cu ft/s)
Discharge
(location 4)
  • Location:
    Tauberbischofsheim
  • Average rate:
    9.90 m3/s (350 cu ft/s)
Basin features
Progression MainRhineNorth Sea
Basin size 1,809 km2 (698 sq mi) [1]
Landmarks

The About this sound Tauber  is a river in Franconia, Germany. It is a left tributary of the Main and is 132 km in length. The name derives from the Celtic word for water (compare: Dover).

It flows through Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Creglingen, Weikersheim, Bad Mergentheim, Königshofen, Tauberbischofsheim, and flows into the river Main in Wertheim am Main.

There is a medieval bridge over the river near Rothenburg ob der Tauber.

The Tauber and the vineyards between Rothenburg and Creglingen

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Complete table of the Bavarian Waterbody Register by the Bavarian State Office for the Environment (xls, 10.3 MB)