Landschaftsrahmen Hühnerberg

Landschaftsrahmen Hühnerberg

Blankenheim

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The picture frame at the Eifel viewpoint "Hühnerberg" provides for the perfect shot of the surrounding landscape.

This view of the Eifel (533 metres above sea level) offers views of many Eifel mountains, such as the Kelberg, Boxberg, Eselsberg and Stromberg. In good weather, you can see the grandstands of the Nürburgring from here. In silence you might even think you can hear the sound of engines.
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Blankenheim

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Eifel-Blick "Hühnerberg"
50.420489, 6. 741937
53945 Blankenheim-Lommersdorf

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