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The Bavarian Forest and its highest hills - Arber and Rachel
Germany

From the view point you can see at the left hand side the highest hill of the Bavarian Forest called Arber, its hight 1456m asl, rigth of the Arber there is the hill Rachel, its hight 1453m asl. The village in the middle is Riedlhütte. In the past time there was one of the bigest glass factory in this area.

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