Oder-Havel Canal

The Oder-Havel Canal is a German canal built between 1908 and 1914, originally known as the Hohenzollern Canal. It runs from the town of Cedynia near the city of Szczecin on the Oder River between Germany and Poland to the Havel River, a tributary of the Elbe, near Berlin. It is 82.8 km long, and 33 m wide.

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* [http://www.destatis.de/basis/e/geo/geokanat.htm Federal Statistical Office, Germany list of Navigable canals of over 80 km of length] - has some basic facts about the Oder-Havel Canal.

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