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Andreas Schniertshauer

Krawutschke Tower and Viewpoint on Top of Hill 400

Bergstein, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

April 29, 2013, 09:36 UTC

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© 2013 Andreas Schniertshauer, Some Rights Reserved. Creative Commons License


This panorama shows a viewpoint and the Krawutschke Tower (in German Krawutschketurm) a tower on the so called Hill 400 also called "Castle hill" in the Hürtgen Forest (in German Hürtgenwald) near Bergstein a district of Düren. From top of the hill which is 400 meters high you have a great view on the entire Hürtgen Forest. You should attend before sunrise and / or on foggy days.

Hill 400 is featured in the mission "The Battle for Hill 400" in "Call of Duty 2".

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Europe / Germany

Lat: 50° 41' 40.396" N
Long: 6° 26' 32.529" E

Elevation: 393.5

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DSLR + Sigma 4.5mm f/2.8 fisheye, tripod, panorama head, DxO Pro 8, PTGui Pro 9.1.6, Adobe Photoshop Elements 10.0, ImageMagick, UnxUtils, my personal batch droplets (command line tools).
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