|Taverna / Tafersbach|
|Water code||CH : 1490|
|Drain over||Sense → Saane → Aare → Rhine → North Sea|
|Headwaters||on the Molasse plateau between the villages of Düdingen and Tafers|
|muzzle||at Flamatt in the Sense
|Height difference||approx. 120 m|
|Bottom slope||approx. 8.2 ‰|
|Catchment area||52.65 km²|
| Discharge at the mouth of the
A Eo : 52.65 km²
|850 l / s
16.1 l / (s km²)
The Taverna , also known as Tafersbach , is a roughly 15 km long left tributary of the Sense in the Swiss canton of Friborg . It drains a section of the eastern Freiburg Central Plateau and belongs to the catchment area of the Rhine .
The headwaters of the Taverna are located at about 650 m above sea level. M. on the Molasse plateau between the villages of Düdingen and Tafers . Several streams, including one that drains the Fragnièremoos, come together at Tafers to form a taverna. This initially turns to the east, but draws a sharp curve at Sankt Antoni , only to flow north.
From Tafers on, the taverna is usually cut around 50 to 100 m into the surrounding plateau, but has a flat valley floor around 200 m wide throughout. East of Schmitten (FR) flows into the Lettiswilbach, the largest side stream. The Taverna now changes its direction of flow to the northeast, reaches the Sense Valley at Flamatt and flows out at 530 m above sea level. M. into the scythe.
- Wyssebach ( Seligrabenbach ) ( right ), 3.5 km, 0.7 km²
- Brugerabach ( left ), 0.8 km, 0.58 km²
- Lanthenbach ( left ), 2.5 km, 2.24 km²
- Ledeubach ( Lettiswilbach ) ( right ), 8.5 km, 17.74 km², 0.31 m³ / s
- Steinhausbach ( Bluemisberg-Bach ) ( right ), 1.4 km, 1.28 km²
- Eggelriet-Bach ( left ), 0.7 km, 0.7 km²
- Würibach ( left ), 4.0 km, 5.09 km², 0.09 m³ / s
- Muesli ditch ( left ), 0.3 km
Sections of the middle and lower reaches of the taverna are still in their natural or near-natural state. In the agricultural areas around Tafers, the water was straightened and the embankments fortified. The taverna is characterized by a pluvial drainage regime . In the past, their hydropower was used to operate mills and sawmills, especially in the Schmitten area (Mülital).
- Length ( Memento of the original from August 19, 2014 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. Hydrological Atlas of Switzerland
- Topographical catchment areas of Swiss waters: Taverna