|Elevation||75 m (246 ft) |
|Mountain type||Artificial hill|
Fröttmaninger Berg is a hill and recreational area on the edge of Munich, Germany. The 75-metre-high hill with a wind turbine on its top is artificial, it is a former landfill site. The nearby Heilig-Kreuz-Kirche is the last remaining building of the abandoned village Fröttmaning, and the oldest extant church building in the city area of Munich.
- Height above surrounding terrain.
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