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Lots of wild animals such as wild cats, deer, roe deer and wild boars can be observed from a high seat in the National Park Hainich. Some of the animals are extremely shy, so that even rangers often just manage to get sight of them by using hidden cameras
The park itself has an area of 7600 hectares and it is located in Hainich, a forested ridges in the northwest of Thuringia. With a total area of about 16,000 hectares the National Park Hainich is the largest contiguous forest area of Germany which can be found in the triangle of the Thuringian cities of Eisenach, Muehlhausen and Bad Langensalza.
Typical of the National Park Hainich are many small canyons. Apart from that, around fifty different species of trees are there in the park. These include beech, oak, ash and the rare chequers tree. http://www.preislerhouse.com/