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Location address: Deutschland, Trier-Saarburg
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The Dollberg is a mountain in the Dollberge range in central Germany and the highest point in the state of Saarland. It is 695.4 m above sea level and lies within the Schwarzwalder Hochwald on the boundary between the counties of Trier-Saarburg and St. Wendel .
The Dollberg lies within the Saar-Hunsrück Nature Park, on the northern state boundary of the Saarland with the neighbouring state of Rhineland-Palatinate, in the southwest pf the Dollberge range. Its summit rises 1.4 km south of Neuhütten , on whose territory the mountain is located, 3.5 km north-northeast of Otzenhausen, 3.8 km northwest of Eisen and 4.5 km northeast of Nonnweiler in the municipality of Sötern which, as part of Nohfelden lies 5.3 km southwest of the Dollberg . West of the wooded mountain on the River Prims is the Prims Reservoir .
The Dollberge are a small mountain range in the northern Saarland and the adjoining part of the state of Rhineland-Palatinate in Germany. They form a southeastern element of the Schwarzwälder Hochwald, a region in the Hunsrück mountains, and are up to 707.4 m above sea level .
The Dollberge are an elongated chain of low mountains running from southeast to northwest through the Saar-Hunsrück Nature Park roughly from Nonnweiler to Börfink . The southwestern tip of the Dollberge lies in the northern Saarland near Nonnweiler; the larger northeastern line of the mountain ridge is located within Rhineland-Palatinate.