Gehrdener Berg

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Gehrdener Berg
GehrdenerBerg.jpg
The Gehrdener Berg in late summer
Highest point
Elevation 155 m above sea level (NN) (509 ft)
Prominence 70 m → Deister
Isolation 3.1 km → Benther Berg
Coordinates 52°18′29″N 9°35′24″E / 52.30806°N 9.59°E / 52.30806; 9.59Coordinates: 52°18′29″N 9°35′24″E / 52.30806°N 9.59°E / 52.30806; 9.59
Geography
Gehrdener Berg is located in Lower Saxony
Gehrdener Berg
Gehrdener Berg

The Gehrdener Berg is a forested ridge in the Calenberg Land in Hanover Region in the north German state of Lower Saxony. On its slopes nestles the town of Gehrden that gives the ridge its name. The ridge is about 2.7 kilometres long and is the sister hill range of the Benther Berg in southwest Hanover. Its highest point is the Burgberg at 155 metres above sea level (NN).

The Gehrdener Berg with the Deister in the background

Sources[edit]

  • Werner Fütterer: Gehrden – Vom Flecken zur Großgemeinde. Gehrden 1991
  • August Kageler: Geschichte der Stadt Gehrden. Gehrden 1950

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