Wied (river)

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Wied
Country Germany
Basin
Main source Westerwald
454 m (1,490 ft)
River mouth Rhine
50°26′29″N 7°26′33″E / 50.44139°N 7.44250°E / 50.44139; 7.44250Coordinates: 50°26′29″N 7°26′33″E / 50.44139°N 7.44250°E / 50.44139; 7.44250
Physical characteristics
Length 102 km (63 mi)
Wied at Roßbach
Wiedbridge and Furt in Michelbach

The Wied is a river in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, right tributary of the Rhine. It is 102 km long. It flows generally south-west, through the Westerwald hills. Its source is near Dreifelden. It flows through Altenkirchen, Neustadt (Wied) and Waldbreitbach, and ends in the Rhine in Neuwied.