- Regge River
The Regge is a
riverin Overijssel, the Netherlands, tributary of the Vecht. The source of the Regge is near the town Goor. It flows north through Rijssen, Nijverdal, and Hellendoorn. The Regge joins the Vecht near Ommen.
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