South Eifel

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The South Eifel (German: Südeifel) refers to that part of the Eifel mountain region around the Bitburg-Prüm district in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate.

It is bordered to the south and southeast by the River Moselle, to the northwest by the Schnee Eifel and the northeast by the Volcanic Eifel.

The cross-border German-Luxembourg Nature Park lies within the South Eifel. In the village of Bollendorf is the South Eifel Youth Hostel.[1]

Typical South Eifel landscape at Speicher near Bitburg

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  1. ^ Jugendherberge Bollendorf, Portrait of the South Eifel Youth Hostel in Bollendorf at diejugendherbergen.de

Coordinates: 49°56′14″N 6°38′17″E / 49.9372°N 6.6381°E / 49.9372; 6.6381