North Eifel

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The North Eifel (German: Nordeifel), the northern part of the Eifel, a low mountain range in Germany and East Belgium, comprises the following six sub-regions:

All elements belong to the Hohes Venn – Eifel Nature Park.

The raised bog of the Hohes Venn is particularly noteworthy. It was designated as a world heritage site by UNESCO. The Eifel Lake Plateau with the second largest dam in Germany, the Rur Valley Dam, lies in the centre of the North Eifel.

Also within the North Eifel are:

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