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River Holtemme

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River Holtemme

Location Saxony-Anhalt, Germany
Length 47 km
Source on the northeastern slopes of the Renneckenberg in the Harz
Source height 840 m above sea level
Mouth near Krottorf into the Bode
51°57′49″N 11°10′59″E / 51.963532°N 11.183074°E / 51.963532; 11.183074

Mouth height 97 m above sea level
Descent 743 m
Basin Elbe
Progression Bode → Saale → Elbe → North Sea
Catchment 271 km²
Large towns Wernigerode, Halberstadt
Small towns Derenburg

The Holtemme is a 47 km long tributary of the river Bode in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany.

It rises in the Harz mountains at the eastern foot of the Brocken, descends during its upper course as the Steinerne Renne, a steep stream bed riddled with granite rocks, flows through Hasserode, Wernigerode and past their villages of Minsleben and Silstedt, through Derenburg and Halberstadt and discharges into the Bode.

In Wernigerode, not far from the western gate, the Zillierbach, which is also known as the Flutrenne, merges into the Holtemme.

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