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The Tegernsee is a Zungenbecken lake in the Bavarian Alps in southern Germany. The lake is the centre of a popular recreation area 50 kilometres south-east of Munich. Resorts on the lake include the eponymous Tegernsee, as well as Bad Wiessee, Kreuth, Gmund, and Rottach-Egern.
The lake is some 6.5 kilometres in length, with a width of 1.4 kilometres and an area of 8.934 square kilometres . It reaches a maximum depth of 72.6 metres , with an average depth of 36.3 metres , and the normal water level is 725.5 metres above sea level. The lake flows into the River Mangfall, a tributary of the River Inn and thence the River Danube.

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