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Aabach (Afte)

The Aabach is a long river in Germany, a left tributary of the river Afte. It rises near the village Madfeld, part of the town Brilon, in eastern North Rhine-Westphalia near the border with Hesse. From there it flows north between mountains up to high through a forested landscape, partly in the natural park Diemelsee. After a few kilometers it flows into the artificial lake Aabachstausee. It flows to the north and empties only about further north after Bad Wünnenberg, where it flows into the Afte.

The source of the Aabach is at the divide between the Weser and Rhine river basins: the Aabach flows to the north and drains into the Rhine via the Afte, Alme and Lippe, while the small rivers that rise on the southern side of the ridge drain into the Weser through the Hoppecke and Diemel.

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Aabach (Greifensee)

The Ustermer Aa or Aabach is a river in the Canton of Zürich, Switzerland. The river, which has a length of , flows from the Pfäffikersee to the Greifensee through the deep Aatal (Aa Valley).

Aabach (Hessel)

Aabach (Hessel) is a river of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.

Aabach (Seetal)

The Aabach is a small river that runs through the Swiss cantons of Lucerne and Aargau, in the Aare catchment area. It flows from south to north through the Seetal valley (literally lake valley).