Flood basin

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A flood basin is a ditch that has been dug around a town, for example, or created by dikes and is intended to protect it from severe flooding in the event of a flood. This form of flood protection is part of technical flood protection .

There are flood channels, for example, in:

Flood basin in Landshut on June 3, 2013

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Individual evidence

  1. Ecclesiastical lands and possessions. In: Hildesheimer Geschichte (n) 815 - 1945. Retrieved on April 18, 2018 .