The Dommel is a small river in Belgium and the Netherlands, left tributary of the Dieze. It is 120 km long, of which 85 km in the Netherlands.[1] It rises in north-eastern Belgium near Peer and flows into the southern part of the Netherlands. The Dommel takes in water from the Keersop, Tongelreep, Run, Gender and Kleine Dommel streams and merges at 's-Hertogenbosch with the Aa stream to form the river Dieze, which subsequently flows towards the Meuse. The main cities and towns along the Dommel's course are Peer, Neerpelt, Valkenswaard, Dommelen, Eindhoven, Son en Breugel, Sint-Oedenrode, Boxtel, Sint-Michielsgestel and 's-Hertogenbosch. The most original part and natural state of the Dommel can be found between Eindhoven and Boxtel. Here the Dommel still has its original winds and meanders and forms a cultural-historical and valuable landscape area called the Dommelbeemden.

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Location map of the Dommel.
CountriesBelgium, Netherlands
Physical characteristics
 ⁃ locationCampine
 ⁃ location
 ⁃ coordinates
51°41′42″N 5°18′3″E / 51.69500°N 5.30083°E / 51.69500; 5.30083Coordinates: 51°41′42″N 5°18′3″E / 51.69500°N 5.30083°E / 51.69500; 5.30083
Length120 km (75 mi)
Basin features
ProgressionDiezeMeuseNorth Sea
The Dommel in 's-Hertogenbosch



  1. ^ "Waterschap De Dommel". Archived from the original on 2019-03-20. Retrieved 2018-01-24.

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