Franconian Forest


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Franconian Forest

 

(in German, Frankenwald), a massif in the Federal Republic of Germany, between the Fichtelgebirge and the Thuringian Forest; its northern spurs are in the German Democratic Republic. Elevations reach 795 m at Döbraberg. The massif is composed of gneisses, granites, and quartzites and is dissected by steep valleys. Forests of spruce, fir, and pine grow on the slopes.

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Rehabilitation Library / circle image location, new inclined metal roofs: prev flat roofs are re-insulated & new sloped metal roofs set as cold roofs about Insulation work on facade and flat roof, partial renewal outdoor facilities, remodeling of administration wing Franconian Forest High School.
Contract notice: Rehabilitation of the water supply network (including existing buildings) of the franconian forest group
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