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Westerwoldse Aa, River

De Westerwoldse Aa is een oud riviertje (beekje) in Westerwolde. De rivier wordt gevormd uit de riviertjes Mussel Aa en Ruiten Aa die bij Wessinghuizen samen komen. Het riviertje stroomt richting de Dollard. In het gedeelte ten noorden van Bad Nieuweschans vormt het riviertje de rijksgrens tussen Nederland en Duitsland. In de middeleeuwen werd de Westerwoldse Aa na binnenkomst in het landschap Reiderland de Reider Ee genoemd en liep door tot aan de Punt van Reide in de Eems. De grens tussen Westerwolde en Reiderland lag tussen de kerspelen Vriescheloo en Blijham. Tegenwoordig heet de stroom tot aan Nieuwe Statenzijl ook Westerwoldse Aa en buiten de sluizen Buiten-Aa, Schanskerdiep en Grote Gat.

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Copyright: Huub Van Zelst
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 24812x3943
Taken: 30/04/2012
Uploaded: 30/04/2012
Updated: 28/03/2015


Tags: westerwoldse aa; river; rivier; bad nieuweschans
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