The Ilmenau arises south of Uelzen from the confluence of the heather rivers Gerdau and Stederau. It meanders more or less strongly through the varied landscape until it finally flows into the Elbe at the gates of Hamburg near Hoopte. On these approximately 90 kilometers it flows through places such as Bad Bevensen, Bienenbüttel, Deutsch Evern and Lüneburg. North of Lüneburg, the Ilmenau merges into the Ilmenau Canal and from there can only be regarded as close to nature to a limited extent.lueneburger-heide.de/natur/artikel/10579/ilmenau-fluss.html
November 8, 2020
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