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Rodalb
Ritterstein 209 Rodalb-Ursprung.JPG
Location
CountryGermany
StateRhineland-Palatinate
Reference no.DE: 264264
Physical characteristics
Source 
 • locationNear Pirmasens
 • coordinates49°08′44″N 7°35′30″E / 49.14556°N 7.59167°E / 49.14556; 7.59167
 • elevation380 m above sea level (NN)
Mouth 
 • location
By the Biebermühle [de] mill into the Schwarzbach
 • coordinates
49°15′52″N 7°36′13″E / 49.264306°N 7.60361°E / 49.264306; 7.60361
 • elevation
243 m above sea level (NN)
Length25.71 km
Basin size116.205 km2 (44.867 sq mi)
Basin features
ProgressionSchwarzbachBliesSaarMoselleRhineNorth Sea
Landmarks
Tributaries 
 • rightMerzalbe

The Rodalb, also called the Rodalbe, is a stream, just under 26 km (16 mi) long, in West Palatinate in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate. It is an orographically left tributary of the Schwarzbach.

Course

The Rodalb rises in the southwestern Palatinate Forest, south of the town of Pirmasens near the hamlet of Rodalberhof [de] at a height of about 380 metres above sea level. To begin with it flows northeast, passing the villages of Lemberg and Ruppertsweiler. It then swings north, accompanies the B 10 federal highway, 2 kilometres away, and flows through Münchweiler. At Riegelbrunnerhof (a district of Münchweiler), it picks up the waters of the Merzalbe, its largest tributary, from the right and changes direction once again to head northwest, passing through the little town of Rodalben. Near the hamlet of Biebermühle [de] it discharges into the Schwarzbach from the left.

Sights

  • Lemberg Castle, built around 1200, in ruins since 1689
  • Rodalben Rock Trail with a length - depending on the source – of 43  or 45 km[1] [2]
  • Bärenhöhle, "Bear Cave", the largest natural rock cave in the Palatinate region[3]
  • Bruderfelsen rocks, symbol of the town of Rodalben[4]

See also

References

  1. ^ Wanderindex. "Rodalber Felsenwanderweg". Retrieved 2010-11-05.
  2. ^ Rodalber Felsenwanderweg. "Rodalber Felsenwanderweg". Archived from the original on 2010-11-30. Retrieved 2010-11-05.
  3. ^ Rodalber Felsenwanderweg. "Familienwanderung zur Bärenhöhle". Archived from the original on 2010-11-30. Retrieved 2010-11-05.
  4. ^ Rodalber Felsenwanderweg. "Bruderfelsen". Archived from the original on 2010-12-01. Retrieved 2010-11-05.
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