Elz is a geographical name with multiple occurrences in Germany
- Elz (Neckar), a river rising in the Odenwald and flowing into the Neckar.
- Elz (Rhine), a river rising in the Black Forest and flowing into the Rhine.
- Elz, Hesse, a municipality in Hesse, located on the river Lahn.
The Elz is a river in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, a right tributary of the Rhine. It rises in the Black Forest, near the source of the Breg. The Elz flows through Elzach, Waldkirch and Emmendingen before reaching the Rhine near Lahr. Its length is approx. .
The lower reaches of the Elz are by-passed by the Leopold Canal, a flood relief canal.
The is a small river in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, a right tributary of the Neckar. It rises in the Odenwald. The Elz flows through Mudau, Limbach (Neckar-Odenwald) and Mosbach before reaching the Neckar in Neckarelz, a borough of Mosbach. Its length is 34 kilometres.
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