Griebnitz Canal

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The Alsen bridge on the Griebnitz Canal
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Map showing the Griebnitz Canal and the lakes of Stölpchensee, Pohlesee and Kleiner Wannsee

The Griebnitz Canal, also known in German as the Griebnitzkanal or the Prinz-Friedrich-Leopold-Kanal, is a canal in the western suburbs of Berlin, the capital city of Germany. It consists of a chain of small lakes, the Stölpchensee, Pohlesee and Kleiner Wannsee, together with artificial channels linking them together.<ref name=bsiwg>Template:Cite book</ref>

The canal connects the Griebnitzsee, a lake on the course of the Teltow Canal, with the Großer Wannsee, a lake on the course of the River Havel. Including the three intermediate lakes, it has a length of Template:Convert and is navigable by boats with a draught of up to Template:Convert. It has no locks, but is crossed by three bridges, with a maximum clearance of Template:Convert.<ref name=bsiwg />

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