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Confluence of the Schwülme and Weser near Lippoldsberg
Location Hesse, Lower Saxony, Germany
Reference no. DE: 436
Physical characteristics
Main source West of Hettensen
ca. 332 m above sea level (NN)
51°37′34″N 9°44′57″E / 51.6261556°N 9.7492250°E / 51.6261556; 9.7492250
River mouth Near Lippoldsberg into the Weser
ca. 106 m above sea level (NN)
51°37′39″N 9°33′14″E / 51.627398°N 9.553830°E / 51.627398; 9.553830Coordinates: 51°37′39″N 9°33′14″E / 51.627398°N 9.553830°E / 51.627398; 9.553830
Length 32.0 km (19.9 mi) [1]
Basin features
Progression WeserNorth Sea
Basin size 289.753 km2 (111.874 sq mi) [2]

The Schwülme is a 29-kilometre-long, right-hand and eastern tributary of the River Weser in Lower Saxony and Hesse, Germany.

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