Fichtelgebirge

Fichtelgebirge (Fichtel Mountains) is arranged like a horseshoe around an inner hill-landscape in Upper Franconia

Nußhart
View from Nußhart

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  • High Fichtelgebirge – highest mountains in the west
  • Sechsämterland (land of six administrative bodies) – inner hill-landscape in the horseshoe
  • Bischofsgrün – between of Ochsenkopf and Schneeberg
  • Fichtelberg – with Fichtelsee lake
  • Mehlmeisel
  • Warmensteinach
  • Weißenstadt – situated on the shore of the Weissenstadt Lake (Weißenstädter See )
Transmitting tower on Ochsenkopf
Backöfele on the top of Schneeberg
  • the highest mountain is the Schneeberg (Snow Mountain) with 1053 m above sealevel
  • Ochsenkopf (ox head) 1024 m above sealevel
Source of River Fichtelnaab
Haze on Ochsenkopf
  • The Luisenburg Rock Labyrinth (German: Luisenburg-Felsenlabyrinth) is a popular destination
  • The 4 sources of Saale, White Main, Eger and Fichtelnaab

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