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Location address: Deutschland, Warendorf
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The Beckum Hills (German: Beckumer Berge), named after the town of Beckum, are a range of low hills, up to 174.4 m above sea level, in the region of Münsterland in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia (Germany). Along with the Baumberge and its foothills and the Haltern Hills they are among the few prominent elevations in the otherwise gently rolling Münsterland (which lies at 55 m above NN in the centre), the River Werse passes the ridge at 100 m to the east and the Lippe passing it at a height of 60 m near Hamm-Uentrop at some distance away from their highest point.