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Nida River
Poland

Nida to rzeka w południowej Polsce, lewy dopływ górnej Wisły. Długość rzeki wynosi 151 km (z Białą Nidą), a powierzchnia dorzecza 3862 km2. Rzeka ta powstaje z połączenia Białej i Czarnej Nidy w miejscowości Brzegi k. Chęcin. Jest to typowa rzeka nizinna o bardzo niskim spadku. Ma szeroką terasę zalewową pokrytą łąkami. W najwęższym miejscu koryto Nidy ma szerokość 6 m. W najszerszym punkcie, w okolicach Motkowic, 79 m. Głębokość rzeki waha się od 0,4 do 2,6 m. Jest to jedna z najcieplejszych polskich rzek. Temperatura wody w lecie dochodzi do 27°C. Źródło:http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nida dopływ Wisły

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