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The Leitha (German, Hungarian: Lajta) is a river, formed in eastern Austria by the confluence of two headstreams, flowing some 170 km east into an arm of the Danube in northwest Hungary, near Mosonmagyaróvár. Historically, it formed a boundary between Austria (as Cisleithania) and Hungary (as Transleithania).
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