Sulm (Germany)

Sulm (Germany)

The Sulm is a river in the Heilbronn district of Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It is an unnavigable right tributary of the Neckar. It rises in the Löwenstein Mountains and after 25.3 kilometres (15.7 mi) distance and 315 metres (1,033 ft) elevation drop flows into the Neckar at Bad Friedrichshall, near Untereisesheim and Neckarsulm. Its valley together with its tributary valleys is also known as the Weinsberg Valley (Weinsberger Tal), after Weinsberg, which is located there. The medieval region of Sulmgau, as well as the city of Neckarsulm, were named for it. The upper valley of the Sulm is a protected area.

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Sulm (Germany) - Environment
... The lower Sulmhas been extensively channelled and culverted, the upper Sulmless so ... Since 1979, the upper Sulmvalley has been designated as a protected area, Oberes Sulmtal mit Randhöhen, and it lies within the Naturpark Schwäbisch-Fränkischer Wald ...