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Austrian national highpoints

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Location: Austria, Europe

Object Title: Austrian national highpoints

 

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Austria is landlocked country in Central Europe, with The Alps dominating  the western and southern parts
whilst the eastern provinces, Vienna included, lie in the Danube basin.

Austrian federal republic is divided into nine states ("Bundesländer" in German).

State highpoints are given by elevation  in descending order.
Few of them are located on borders between two or more federal states
and  they count  as highpoints for more the one single federal state.

For the states bordering with other countries, a common name other then German is given as well.
Again, for the states known internationally under common English name,
this (English) name is listed at the very beginning.

State:

Highest point:

Elevation:

Lat/Lon:

Vienna
(Wien in German)

Hermannskogel

543  m /  1781 ft

 48.266667°N / 16.283333°E

Burgenland
(Croatian Gradišće, Slovenian Gradiščansko, Hungarian Várvidék)

Geschriebenstein
(Hungarian Írott-kő)

884m / 2900ft

47.354444°N  / 16.433611°E

Lower Austria (German: Niederösterreich)

Schneeberg

2076 m / 6811 ft

47.76800°N / 15.80570°E

Upper Austria (German: Oberösterreich,
Czech: Horní Rakousko)

Hoher Dachstein

2.995 m / 9826ft

47.47530°N / 13.60580°E

Styria (German: Steiermark)

Hoher Dachstein

2.995 m / 9826ft

47.47530°N / 13.60580°E

Vorarlberg

Piz Buin

3312 m / 10866 ft

46.84420°N / 10.11880°E

Salzburg

Großvenediger

3662 m / 12014 ft

47.10933°N / 12.34544°E

Tyrol
(German: Tirol)

Großglockner

3798 m / 12460 ft

47.07453°N / 12.69389°E

Carinthia
 German: Kärnten, Slovene: Koroška)

Großglockner

3798 m / 12460 ft

47.07453°N / 12.69389°E

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Word or two about small ones

Geschriebenstein (Írott-ko) with (884m / 2900ft)is the highest elevation point both for Burgenland and Western Hungary.
It is the highest summit of Günser Gebirge as well.

Vienna's highest point Hermannskogel is an important geodetic basepoint.
Hermannskogel coordinates were geodetic basis for the triangulation of the Habsburg Empire.
Lat/Lon reference named after Hermannskogel is still in use
in Austria and some ex Yugoslav republics.

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