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Hainich National Park
Hainich is a forested hill chain in the state of Thüringen in Germany, between the towns of Eisenach, Mühlhausen and Bad Langensalza. Hainich covers an area of around 160 km², of which, since 1998, half has been designated as Hainich National Park. The highest point in Hainich is Alte Berg at 494 m.
Hainich contains the largest area of deciduous trees in Germany. The main trees are beech, mixed with ash, maple, tilia cordata, and one hornbeam «Elsbeere» (Sorbus torminalis).
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