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Danube Sinkhole

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The Danube Sinkhole (German: Donauversinkung or Donauversickerung) is an incipient underground stream capture in the Upper Danube Nature Park.  Between Immendingen and Möhringen and also near Fridingen (Tuttlingen), the water of the Danube sinks into the riverbed in various places.  The main sinkhole is next to a field named Brühl between Immendingen and Möhringen.
The term “sinking” is more accurate than “seeping”, because, instead of just distributing into the soil, the Danube’s water flows through caverns to the Aachtopf, where it emerges as the river Radolfzeller Aach.
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Danube Sinkhole

Danube Sinkhole

Tourist attraction in Tuttlingen, Germany

  • Desc: The Danube Sinkhole is an incipient underground stream capture in the Upper Danube Nature Park. Between Immendingen and Möhringen and also near Fridingen, the water of the Danube sinks into the riverbed in various places.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danube_Sinkhole
  • Type: Thing, Place, TouristAttraction
  • Result Score: 1240.35
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