Hoher Hagen (Dransfeld)

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Hoher Hagen
Hoher Hagen von Scheden aus.JPG
The Hohe Hagen seen from Scheden. The B 3 is in the foreground.
Highest point
Elevation480 m above sea level (NN) (1,570 ft)
Coordinates51°28′26″N 9°45′57″E / 51.47389°N 9.76583°E / 51.47389; 9.76583Coordinates: 51°28′26″N 9°45′57″E / 51.47389°N 9.76583°E / 51.47389; 9.76583
Geography
Hoher Hagen is located in Lower Saxony
Hoher Hagen
Hoher Hagen
Geology
Mountain typevolcano
Type of rockbasalt extrusion
View into the basalt quarry in January 2007

The Hoher Hagen is a volcanic hill that is still 480 m high today, in the Dransfeld Municipal Forest, in the German district of Göttingen in South Lower Saxony.

Geography[edit]

The hill, which is located south of Dransfeld, is the highest point in the Dransfeld region by a long way. It lies within the Dransfeld Municipal Forest, a hill massif in the Münden Nature Park that is about halfway between Göttingen to the northeast and Hann. Münden to the southwest.

Gauß Tower[edit]

On top of the Hoher Hagen stands the Gauß Tower, a 51 metre high observation tower at 478 m above NN.

Sources[edit]

  • Rehkop, Friedel: Stadt Dransfeld. Ein geschichtlicher Rückblick vom 19. Jahrhundert bis zur Frühzeit. Vol. 1. Horb am Neckar: Geiger-Verlag, 1999. S.196-200,352-360,387-397. ISBN 3-89570-561-6

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