The Satkula is a small stream of Saxony, Germany. The source of the Satkula is located in the village Kleinhänchen, municipality of Burkau/Porchow, Lusatia, Germany, in the Lusatian Highlands (Lausitzer Bergland). It is a right tributary of the Klosterwasser, which it joins near Räckelwitz. Satkula is a symbolic river for Sorbs in Lusatia.
The Satkula mouth to Klosterwasser near Räckelwitz.
|Country||Germany, Saxony, Upper Lusatia|
|• location||Upper Lusatia|
|Length||±11.4 km (7.1 mi)|
|Basin size||57 km2 (22 sq mi)|
|• average||1.01 m3/s (36 cu ft/s)|
|Progression||Klosterwasser→ Black Elster→ Elbe→ North Sea|
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