File:Weser watershed 3.png

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English: Weser watershed, in northwest Germany.

I used this [ online map creation] tool to create this map. Here are the longitudes and latitudes of the cities on the map.

Author Geo Swan, planiglobe
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Same map of the Weser watershed in northwest Germany, with enlarged city/town names, in dimmer colors:

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2004-11-05 03:16 514×641× (19778 bytes) Geo Swan Weser watershed

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current02:20, 23 October 2019Thumbnail for version as of 02:20, 23 October 2019514 × 641 (19 KB)Geo SwanTransferred from en.wikipedia via #commonshelper
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