Category:Wetterstein

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English: The mountain range of Wetterstein belongs to Bavaria (Germany) and Tyrol (Austria). Main summit is Zugspitze, 2962 m. Zugspitze is the highest mountain of Germany.
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Wetterstein 
mountain range
Luftbild Alpen 04 (RaBoe).jpg
Wettersteingebirge map.png
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Located in protected area
Location
Mountain range
Highest point
Elevation above sea level
  • 2,962 m
47° 24′ 36″ N, 11° 07′ 48″ E
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Wikidata Q264223
VIAF ID: 243438454
GND ID: 4065869-7
NKCR AUT ID: ge336215
BabelNet ID: 01365336n
OpenStreetMap relation ID: 2131103
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