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Selke (river)

The Selke is a right-hand tributary of the River Bode that starts in the Harz Mountains before breaking out onto the northeastern Harz Foreland in the German state of Saxony-Anhalt. It has a length of , of which lies in the forested mountains of the Harz and the rest on the agricultural lowlands of the Harz Foreland.

Usage examples of "selke".

Though the Selke and Delfini could not venture to the freshwater inland lakes, there were several Otterfolk in the shallows: a cluster of round, furry faces whose bright, dark eyes lacked the usual merriment and mischief.