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At the Altitude of Dittersdorf V
Germany

This elevation (553 meters high) is in the Saxon Ore Mountains northwest of the municipality Amtsberg-Dittersdorf. On the ridge there is a historic stop on the Royal Saxon triangulation. Looking north you may see Chemnitz, southeast - Zschopau, south some strikinge mountains (Haßberg, Pöhlberg, Bärenstein, Keilberg, Fichtelberg und Scheibenberg).

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