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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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von-daller-strasse, Parkstrae, Schiessstttstrae, The moosach and the schleifermoosach as well as the luitpoldbrcke over the river isar with the two sides along cycling and recreation trails.
The burly beer garden worker now packs his laptop and clothes into a waterproof bag which he puts on his back, dons his wetsuit and slides into the River Isar for his journey.
Munich is not a place you'd expect to find surfers, but close to the city center on the River Isar, you'll see folks on boards riding artificial waves.
Family favourites include Hellabrunn Zoo, the River Isar, the Bavaria-Filmstadt (film studio), the English Garden, the Alps and lakes for walking, horse-riding, swimming, mountain biking, skiing and cable cars.
The English Garden is a sprawling public park stretching across the river Isar from almost the city centre to the north- eastern limits of Munich.
Her body was found half submerged in the River Isar in the Thalkirchen district of Munich on August 20.
Her body was found halfsubmerged in the River Isar in the Thalkirchen district of Munich on August 20.
To be rated at 1 250 m3 / s in the river Isar and 4 100 m3 / s in the Danube.
It covers 699 ha, about 31 km of the river Isar as well as the outstanding alluvial forest and alluvial island system between Loiching and Ettling in the county of Dingolfing-Landau.