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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 22 Feb 19, Friday


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The Leda is a river in north-western Germany in the state of Lower Saxony. It is a right tributary of the Ems and originates at the confluence of the Sagter Ems and the Dreyschloot (a branch of the Soeste) near the town of Barßel. The Leda flows into the Ems near the town of Leer. On the southern bank of the Leda, in the Overledingen Land (Overledingen=”country over the Leda”), opposite Leer, lies the small settlement of Kloster Muhde (Muhde from the Old Frisian mutha meaning “(river) mouth”). The total length of the river is 24.2 kilometres (15.0 mi)[1] (72.3 km (44.9 mi) including the source rivers Sagter Ems and Ohe).[2]

The lower 1.85 kilometres (1.15 mi) until the port of Leer are navigable for large (Class Vb) ships, a further 7 km until the mouth of the Jümme for Class II ships and a further 16 km until the Elisabethfehnkanal are navigable but not classified.[1].

In East Frisia the Sagter Ems, a headstream of the Leda, is also known as the Leda.

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