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Dümmer See / Dümmer See
Dümmer Dümmersee 2012-02-15 016.JPG
Dümmersee with ice cover in February 2012
GKZ DE: 5936113
Geographical location District of Northwest Mecklenburg , District of Ludwigslust-Parchim
Tributaries Brew
Drain Brew
Places on the shore dumber
Coordinates 53 ° 34 '53 "  N , 11 ° 12' 10"  E Coordinates: 53 ° 34 '53 "  N , 11 ° 12' 10"  E
Dümmersee (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)
Altitude above sea level 45.5  m above sea level NHN
surface 1.63 km²
length 2.67 km
width 710 m
volume 12,810,000 m³
Maximum depth 21.3 m
Middle deep 7.9 m
PH value 8.2
Catchment area 24.6 km²
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The Dümmersee , also spelled Dümmer See , is a typical channel lake in the west of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania .

It is located around 25 kilometers from the border with Schleswig-Holstein and around 18 kilometers from Schwerin between Lake Schaalsee and Lake Schwerin . In the middle of the lake is the Kleiner Werder peninsula, which extends from the west bank. To the south of this is the island of Großer Werder.

Dümmersee with castle island

The lake is about 2.6 kilometers long in north-south direction and a maximum of 710 meters wide in east-west direction. The Sude , which flows through the water from north to east, rises in the moats northwest of the lake . The border between the districts of Northwest Mecklenburg and Ludwigslust-Parchim runs in the northern part of the lake in a north-southwest direction. The neighboring communities are called Perlin and Dümmer . The Dümmersee is located in the L 9 nature reserve of the same name, which, in addition to the lake, also includes bank areas.

A building area for holiday homes and weekend homes has been developed from a former campsite on the south-west bank since 2001. A campsite is located in the northwest of the lake.

See also

Web links

Commons : Dümmersee  - collection of pictures, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. a b c d e f g h Documentation of the condition and development of the most important lakes in Germany: Part 2 Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania (PDF; 3.5 MB)
  2. Both spellings can be found in the state's official maps (Geoportal MV) .
  3. ^ Environment maps MV , Layer Landscape Protection Areas