Ilme
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Ilme
Ilme
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Ilme in the Solling-Vogler Nature Park along the L548 (Sievershausen - Abbecke)
Location
CountryLower Saxony
StateGermany
Physical characteristics
Source 
 ⁃ locationIn the Solling, by the L 548 between Uslar and Dassel
 ⁃ coordinates51°43?16?N 9°37?00?E / 51.72111°N 9.6166667°E / 51.72111; 9.6166667
 ⁃ elevation340 m above sea level (NN)
Mouth 
 ⁃ location
East of Einbeck into the Leine
 ⁃ coordinates
51°48?54?N 9°55?30?E / 51.815°N 9.925°E / 51.815; 9.925Coordinates: 51°48?54?N 9°55?30?E / 51.815°N 9.925°E / 51.815; 9.925
 ⁃ elevation
105 m above sea level (NN)
Length33.0 km (20.5 mi) [1]
Basin size393 km2 (152 sq mi) [1]
Basin features
ProgressionLeine-> Aller-> Weser-> North Sea
Landmarks
Tributaries 
 ⁃ leftAbbecker Bach, Repkebach, Schlingenbach, Spüligbach, Bewer, Krummes Wasser
 ⁃ rightWolfsbach, Hülsebach, Lummerke, Riepenbach, Dieße, Rotte, Rebbe

The Ilme is a left-bank, western tributary of the River Leine in Lower Saxony, Germany. It is 33.0 km (20.5 mi) long.

The river begins at the pond Neuer Teich [de] in the centre of the Solling hills at a height of 340 m above sea level (NN) and flows initially northwards to Dassel, then in an easterly direction through Markoldendorf [de] (a district of Dassel) to Einbeck, after which it discharges into the Leine near Volksen at a height of 105 m.

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