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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (September 2008) (Vereinigte) Weißeritz The Weißeritz estuary in Dresden. Origin Wilde Weißeritz and Rote Weißeritz Mouth Elbe 51°3′48″N 13°41′12″E / 51.06333°N 13.68667°E / 51.06333; 13.68667Coordinates: 51°3′48″N 13°41′12″E / 51.06333°N 13.68667°E / 51.06333; 13.68667 Basin countries Germany Length 12 km (61 km incl. Wilde Weißeritz) Source elevation 188 m The Weißeritz is a river in Saxony. The 12 km short left tributary of the Elbe runs through Freital and Dresden. Its name is derived from west Slavic bystrica (wild water). The official name of the river used in documents and hydrographic maps is Vereinigte Weißeritz (Aggregated Weißeritz). The highest points of the Weißeritz watershed are at about 800 metres elevation. The river is formed by the confluence of the Wilde Weißeritz (Wild Weißeritz) and Rote Weißeritz (Red Weißeritz) in Freital. Nevertheless the Wilde Weißeritz is the longest tributary, the watersheds of both Weißeritz rivers are almost equal in area (162,7 km² and 161,2 km²). The Weißeritz crosses the deep valley Plauenscher Grund between Freital and Dresden and enters the Dresden Basin. The railway line from Dresden to Nuremberg runs next to the river in his close valley. The river is displaced in an old sidearm in Dresden for flood protection reasons and therefore canalised. Flood plain of the Weißeritz in the Dresden inner city The Weißeritz caused heavy damages during the 2002 European floods in Dresden and Freital. The river reached Dresden Hauptbahnhof as well as the Zwinger and flooded some districts of the inner city. Due to the river's high fall from 188 m to 106 m in Dresden some houses were completely destroyed in the torrential flood. The river left its canalised bed near the inner city and went through its old run directly towards the Elbe river. See also Weißeritzkreis