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Erpe (Spree)

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The Erpe (upper right to lower left)
Native nameNeuenhagener Mühlenfließ
Physical characteristics
 • locationWerneuchen, Brandenburg
 • coordinates52°39′18″N 13°45′37″E / 52.6550545°N 13.7601816°E / 52.6550545; 13.7601816
 • elevation77.5 m (254 ft)
 • location
 • coordinates
52°27′01″N 13°35′40″E / 52.450278°N 13.594444°E / 52.450278; 13.594444Coordinates: 52°27′01″N 13°35′40″E / 52.450278°N 13.594444°E / 52.450278; 13.594444
 • elevation
32.3 m (106 ft)
(45.2 m (148 ft) altitude difference)
Length31.8 km (19.8 miles)
Basin size216 km2 (83 sq mi)
Basin features
ProgressionSpreeHavelElbeNorth Sea
 • rightZochegraben

The Erpe is a tributary of Spree River in Brandenburg and Berlin, Germany. The upper third is also known als Langes Elsenfließ ("Long Lizzy-Flow"), the lower two thirds for about half a century were noted as Neuenhagener Mühlenfließ. Previously they had been one of several Mühlenfließe ("Mill Flow"s) without a specification. The course itself is quite natural, but it suffers pollution from a purification plant.

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