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On the 'Fichtelberg', Ore Mountains (III)
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The "Fichtelberg" (like a spruce mountain) is with its 1215 meters the highest elavation in the Free State of Saxony. The neighboring "Keilberg" measuring 1244 m altitude. The border runs between them, in the south adjoins Bohemia. -rh

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