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Isar

(ē`zär), river, 160 mi (257 km) long, rising in the Tyrol, W Austria, and flowing NE through S central Germany, past Munich, to the Danube River. There are more than 25 large hydroelectric plants below Munich.

Isar

 

river in the Federal Republic of Germany (sources in Austria), a right-bank tributary of the Danube. Length, 283 km; basin area, 9,000 sq km.

The Isar rises in the Tyrolian Alps and flows into Bavaria. The lowest water level is in winter; in summer there are flash floods. The average rate of flow at the mouth is 185 cu m per sec. Logs are floated on the river. The city of Munich is situated on the Isar.

Isar

a river in central Europe, rising in W Austria and flowing generally northeast through S Germany into the Danube. Length: over 260 km (160 miles)
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The city's founder, `Duke Henry the Lion' was an ambitious man and the story goes that he destroyed a toll bridge spanning the Isar River near Fohring, which was used to transport the produce of the salt traders.
And: just a short walk away are the banks of the Isar River, a theatre, countless art studios, a world-famous Viktualienmarkt, and Munich's shopping boulevard," Jorg Scheufele explains.
the Isar River to the west with about 2/3 of the total amount (lot 2: bulky waste collection service about 1200 Mg / a, lot 4: container service about 1000 Mg / a) is the distance from the depot west, Georg-Brauchle Ring 29, 80992 Munich relevant to the delivery point.
The trendy Glockenbach district, the Marienplatz and the banks of the Isar River are just a few steps away.
This English-style garden is bigger than New York's Central Park and is situated between the city centre, Schwabing and the Isar River.