Diedrichshagener Berg

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Diedrichshagener Berg
Diedrichshagener Berg is located in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
Diedrichshagener Berg
Diedrichshagener Berg
Highest point
Elevation 129.8 m above sea level (NHN) (426 ft)
Listing highest point in the Kühlung ridge
Coordinates 54°06′23″N 11°46′11″E / 54.10639°N 11.76972°E / 54.10639; 11.76972Coordinates: 54°06′23″N 11°46′11″E / 54.10639°N 11.76972°E / 54.10639; 11.76972
Geography
Location Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany
Geology
Age of rock 15,600 to 13,700 years ago
Mountain type Drift of the Pomeranian Stadium of the Weichselian glaciation
Ice age terminal moraine

The Diedrichshagener Berg, at 129.8 metres, is the highest point on the forested ridge of Kühlung in the northeast German state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.

It is located in the district of Rostock only roughly southeast of the Bay of Mecklenburg, south of the Baltic Sea coast, and immediately south of Kühlungsborn and roughly west of Bad Doberan.