Zwei Mühlen on the Wurm between Schloss Rimburg (D) and the village of Rimburg (NL)
Course of the Inde, Wurm and Rur
|Reference no.||DE: 2828|
|⁃ location||South of Aachen|
|North of Heinsberg into the Rur|
|Length||57.1 km (35.5 mi) |
|Basin size||355.518 km2 (137.266 sq mi) |
|Progression||Rur→ Meuse→ North Sea|
The sources of the Wurm are several brooks in the forests southwest of Aachen, which form the Wurm after the Diepenbenden reservoir. From there the Wurm nowadays flows through canals through the city of Aachen, until it resurfaces again at the Europaplatz in the east of Aachen. North of Aachen (between Kerkrade and Herzogenrath) the river forms the border with the Netherlands for approximately 10 km. It flows into the Rur near Heinsberg.
The name Wurm is thought to originate from the German word warm (same meaning in English), as the source brooks were fed from the thermal springs in Aachen.
|This article related to a river in the Netherlands is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|