The Ulster is a 57 km (35 mi) long river in Thuringia and Hesse, Germany.

Ulster
Ulster Geisa.JPG
Location
CountryGermany
Physical characteristics
Source 
 ⁃ locationRhön Mountains
 ⁃ coordinates50°50′32″N 9°59′7″E / 50.84222°N 9.98528°E / 50.84222; 9.98528
Mouth 
 ⁃ location
Werra
 ⁃ coordinates
50°50′36″N 9°59′5″E / 50.84333°N 9.98472°E / 50.84333; 9.98472Coordinates: 50°50′36″N 9°59′5″E / 50.84333°N 9.98472°E / 50.84333; 9.98472
Length57.3 km (35.6 mi) [1]
Basin size422 km2 (163 sq mi) [1]
Basin features
ProgressionWerraWeserNorth Sea

The Ulster's source is in the Rhön Mountains, near Ehrenberg. The Ulster flows generally north through the towns Hilders, Tann, Geisa and Unterbreizbach. It flows from the left into the Werra in Philippsthal.

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