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  1. › wiki › ThuringiaThuringia - Wikipedia

    The central and northern part of Thuringia is defined by the 3,000 km 2 (1,200 sq mi) wide Thuringian Basin, a very fertile and flat area around the Unstrut river and completely surrounded by the following hill chains (clockwise from the north-west): Dün, Hainleite, Windleite, Kyffhäuser, Hohe Schrecke, Schmücke, Finne, Ettersberg, Steigerwald, Thuringian Forest, Hörselberge and Hainich.

  2. The Technische Universität Ilmenau (Ilmenau University of Technology, TU Ilmenau) is a German public research university located in Ilmenau, Thuringia, central Germany. Founded in 1894, it has five academic departments (faculties) with about 4,900 students. [3]

  3. The upper areas of the Elbe basin saw heavy rainfall, with the Vltava (Czech Republic) and the Saale (Germany) tributaries flooding. Vltava river. In the Czech capital Prague, floodwaters covered the esplanades along the Vltava, which on 3 June flowed at a rate of 3,200 m 3 /s (110,000 cu ft/s), compared to the almost 5,000 m 3 /s (180,000 cu ft/s) in the devastating floods of 2002.