The Thuringian Forest, running northwest to southeast, forms a continuous range of ancient rounded mountains posing ample difficulties in transit routing save through a few navigable passes in the southern reaches of the German state of Thuringia. It is about 120 km (75 mi) long and 35 km (22 mi) wide. The highest elevation is the Großer Beerberg, 982 m (3,222 ft).
Der Thüringer Wald im erweiterten Sinn ist ein etwa 120 km langes, 35 km breites, bis 982,9 m ü. NHN hohes und waldreiches Mittelgebirge im Freistaat Thüringen (Deutschland).
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