Napfgebiet

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Coordinates: 47°0′15″N 7°56′24″E / 47.00417°N 7.94000°E / 47.00417; 7.94000 The Napfgebiet is a hilly region in Switzerland lying between Bern and Lucerne. The region's highest elevation is the Napf at 1408 meters.[1] It is counted both geographically and geologically as part of the Swiss plateau. The region is bounded by the Emmental to the south-west and the Entlebuch to the east. It is divided between the cantons of Bern and Lucerne and by the Brünig-Napf-Reuss line.

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  1. ^ "Napfgebiet". Retrieved 18 June 2010.