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Skjern River

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Skjern River (Danish: Skjern Å) is the largest river in Denmark, in terms of volume. The river drains about one tenth of Denmark and discharges 206 m³/s (89,100 ft³/s) of water into the Ringkøbing Fjord - a lagoon and former bay of the North Sea. The river has its name from town of Skjern, located at the river delta (the only river delta in the country) at Ringkøbing Fjord.

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