Isar

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I·sar

 (ē′zär′)
A river, about 295 km (185 mi) long, rising in the Tyrol of western Austria and flowing generally northeast through southeast Germany to the Danube River.

Isar

(ˈiːzɑː)
n
(Placename) 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)

I•sar

(ˈi zɑr)

n.
a river in central Europe, flowing NE from W Austria through S Germany to the Danube River. 215 mi. (345 km) long.
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in a residential complex in pullach in the isar valley, Three identical residential buildings will be modernized during operation.
Background : The project area is located in the Lower Isar Valley in Bavaria, Germany.
Objectives : The main aim of the project LIFE Flusserlebnis Isar is to improve the habitats at the Isar valley through restoration measures focused on the River Isar and specific tributaries, and by optimising the habitat conditions in the alluvial areas.