Color legend for the sections of the “Inntal” (German for “Inn Valley”) through which the Inn River flows—
Strong red polyline (solid/dotted): Upper Engadine valley (Grisons, Switzerland);—
Strong blue polyline (solid): Lower Engadine valley (Grisons, Switzerland);—
Black polyline (solid): Tyrloean Inntal (Tyrol, Austria);—
Pure red polyline (solid): Bavarian Inntal (Bavaria, Germany);—
Vivid yellow polyline (solid): Upper Austrian Inntal (Upper Austria, Austria).
Other map polylines:—
Pure cyan polyline (dashed - generalized route): Danube River ( Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova and Ukraine);—
Pure magenta polyline (dashed - generalized route): Approx. dividing line between Western and Eastern Alps, from Lake Constance (western Austria) to Lake Como (northern Italy).
Though periodically updated, the polylines on this Bing map may not be in perfect sync with a given river or landmark’s location, due to the continual updating
by Bing of their aerial projections/algorithms.