The Keiskamma River (Afrikaans: Keiskammarivier) is a river in the Eastern Cape Province in South Africa. The river flows into the Indian Ocean in the Keiskamma Estuary, located by Hamburg Nature Reserve, near Hamburg, midway between East London and Port Alfred. The Keiskamma flows first in a southwestern and then in a southeastern direction after meeting its main tributary, the Tyhume River. The Keiskamma River marked the border between the Cape Province and former British Kaffraria, known also then as Queen Adelaide's Province, until 1847.

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  • Der Keiskamma (englisch Keiskamma River, afrik. Keiskammarivier) ist ein Fluss in der südafrikanischen Provinz Eastern Cape. Er ist etwa 263 Kilometer lang und besitzt ein Einzugsgebiet von 2745 Quadratkilometern. Er entspringt an der südwestlichen Flanke des Mount Thomas und unweit des Dontsa-Passes in den Amathole-Bergen. Seine Mündung befindet sich bei der Ortschaft Hamburg am Indischen Ozean. (de)
  • Rio Keiskamma é um rio da África do Sul. (pt)
  • The Keiskamma River (Afrikaans: Keiskammarivier) is a river in the Eastern Cape Province in South Africa. The river flows into the Indian Ocean in the Keiskamma Estuary, located by Hamburg Nature Reserve, near Hamburg, midway between East London and Port Alfred. The Keiskamma flows first in a southwestern and then in a southeastern direction after meeting its main tributary, the Tyhume River. The Keiskamma River marked the border between the Cape Province and former British Kaffraria, known also then as Queen Adelaide's Province, until 1847. Presently this river is part of the Mzimvubu to Keiskamma Water Management Area. (en)
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  • Meaning "sweet water" in the Khoekhoe language
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  • Der Keiskamma (englisch Keiskamma River, afrik. Keiskammarivier) ist ein Fluss in der südafrikanischen Provinz Eastern Cape. Er ist etwa 263 Kilometer lang und besitzt ein Einzugsgebiet von 2745 Quadratkilometern. Er entspringt an der südwestlichen Flanke des Mount Thomas und unweit des Dontsa-Passes in den Amathole-Bergen. Seine Mündung befindet sich bei der Ortschaft Hamburg am Indischen Ozean. (de)
  • Rio Keiskamma é um rio da África do Sul. (pt)
  • The Keiskamma River (Afrikaans: Keiskammarivier) is a river in the Eastern Cape Province in South Africa. The river flows into the Indian Ocean in the Keiskamma Estuary, located by Hamburg Nature Reserve, near Hamburg, midway between East London and Port Alfred. The Keiskamma flows first in a southwestern and then in a southeastern direction after meeting its main tributary, the Tyhume River. The Keiskamma River marked the border between the Cape Province and former British Kaffraria, known also then as Queen Adelaide's Province, until 1847. (en)
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  • Keiskamma River (de)
  • Rio Keiskamma (pt)
  • Keiskamma River (en)
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