Major Landforms in Germany?


The major landforms of German include the Bavarian Alps, which run along the border of Germany and Austria. Both the Harz Mountains and Rothaarbegirge Mountains are of volcanic origin. Other landforms include the North European Plains, and what is perhaps the best known forest, i.e. the Black Forest. Numerous other areas, such as the North Sea Coastline, and the Rhine River Valley, can be found in Germany.
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