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List of national parks of Germany

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List of national parks of Germany

Map of all 15 German national parks (2014)

The following are the 15 national parks of Germany, sorted from North to South:

Photo Name OpenStreetMap
Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea National Park
Hamburg Wadden Sea National Park
Lower Saxon Wadden Sea National Park 157811
Jasmund National Park 253073
Western Pomerania Lagoon Area National Park 1138522
Müritz National Park way 60220063
Lower Oder Valley National Park 215294
Harz National Park 90584
Kellerwald-Edersee National Park (a part of Kellerwald)
Hainich National Park
Eifel National Park
Hunsrück-Hochwald National Park
Saxon Switzerland National Park 1595534
Bavarian Forest National Park 1864214
Berchtesgaden National Park
Black Forest National Park

Germany also has 14 Biosphere Reserves, as well as 98 nature parks.

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  • National Parks and other Protected Areas
  • Map/list of German National Parks (unofficial)
  • Map of German National Parks with various filtering options
  • Geographic data related to List of national parks of Germany at OpenStreetMap
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