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Germany State High Points

RankStatePeak Elev-M Range (Level 3)Ascents
1.BavariaZugspitze2962Northern Alps344
2.Sachsen-AnhaltBrocken1141German Highlands108
3.Baden-WürttembergFeldberg1494German Highlands103
4.HessenWasserkuppe950German Highlands72
5.SaxonyFichtelberg1215Bohemian Ranges68
6.Rhineland-PalatinateErbeskopf818North France-West Rhine Area61
7.Lower SaxonyWurmberg971German Highlands58
8.ThüringenBeerberg982German Highlands52
9.SaarlandDollberg695North France-West Rhine Area50
10.BerlinGroßer Müggelberg115Southeast Baltic Plains49
11.North Rhine-WestphaliaLangenberg843German Highlands46
12.HamburgHasselbrack116German Highlands45
13.BremenFriedhorstpark31German Highlands41
14.Schleswig-HolsteinBungsberg167German Highlands39
15.BrandenburgHeidehöhe201Southeast Baltic Plains32
16.Mecklenburg-VorpommernHelpter Berg179Southeast Baltic Plains30

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Germany has sixteen well-established states. Most of these high points are well-known and easy to determine. The ones I had the greatest difficulty with were the high points for the two city-states of Hamburg and Bremen, both very small in area and located in generally low terrain. The Bremen high point I am especially unsure of.

The highest point in the old nation of East Germany was the Fichtelberg, now just the Saxony state high point.


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