The WüRM (AMPER) is a river in
Germany , right tributary
Amper . The length of the river is 39,8 km . It drains the
Lake Starnberg and flows swiftly through the villages of
Gauting , Krailling, Planegg, Gräfelfing and Lochham as well as part
Munich (in the borough of
Pasing ) before joining, near
Amper , which soon afterwards flows into the
Isar and eventually
flowing into the
Danube . Although the
Würm is not a very large
river, it is well known as it gave its name to the
Würm glaciation .
There is another, smaller river of the same name in
Baden-Württemberg , Germany, see
Würm (Nagold) .
A small man-made channel extracts water from the river at
feed the water features at
Nymphenburg Palace , before flowing on to
Isar at the English Gardens in Munich.
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Coordinates : 48°08′38″N 11°27′15″E / 48.14389°N
11.45417°E / 48.14389; 11.45417
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