|of these articles describes the river Lausitzer Neisse. For further meanings, see Neisse (term clarifying).|
The Lausitzer Neisse (Czech Lužická Nisa, Polish Nysa Łużycka, in former times Görlitzer Neisse) is 256 km a long left tributary of the or.
The Lausitzer Neisse rises from Nisou ( Gablonz ) in Tschechien in the Isergebirge northeast from Jablonec nad and only nearby the border to Poland. It flows there by Jablonec nad Nisou and Liberec (realm mountain) and it forms south of Zittau reached, the border river between Germany and Poland starting from three-landhits a corner . The river runs to the north by Görlitz, the enormous prince Pückler park with bath mash-continues to chew and the Niederlausitz. With Ratzdorf, between Guben and ironworks city, flowsthe Neisse into the or.