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Nearby the river Sesupe HDR
Lithuania

The Šešupė ( pronunciation (help·info); Polish: Szeszupa; Russian: Шешупе; German: Scheschup(p)e) is a river which flows through Poland (27 km), Lithuania (158 km), and Russia (62 km). The river flows for 51 km along the border between the Kaliningrad Oblast, an enclave of Russia, and Lithuania. The Šešupė flows into the Neman River near the town of Neman.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C5%A0e%C5%A1up%C4%97_River

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