Lusatian Border Ridge

The Lusatian border wall is a natural area in southern Brandenburg and Saxony. Not far from white water, it is bordered to the south and west by the Muskauer Heide and on the north by the Cottbus sand plate. West of the Lusatian boundary wall on the Dahme enters the Low flaming, east he sits across the border river Neisse in neighboring Poland as Wał Trzebnicki ( Trebnitzer Wall ) to Bóbr ( German Bober ) away. The highest point is the mountain ridge ( Góra Żarska ) far from Zary with almost 227 m above sea level.

The Lusatian border wall with the Muskau Arch consists of about 150,000 year old Stauchendmoränenbögen the Warta stage of the Saale glaciation, which are characterized by several parallel valleys and back. In the range of compressions of tertiary layers have been pushed up to the surface. The strong kuppigen to flat plates are upstream in the south outwash plains. The longitudinal valleys are partially filled with water.

Even in historical times as are in near-surface layers of coal seams have been used for fuel production.

The potential natural vegetation, forests of sessile oak -hornbeam pine mixed forest, oak-beech forest and beech - oak grape stalk mixed oak forest.

The Lusatian border wall also represents the boundary between the Lower Lusatia Upper Lusatia in the north and in the south

51.57024114.260254Koordinaten: 51 ° 34 ' N, 14 ° 16' O

  • Natural area in Saxony
  • Geography (Brandenburg)
  • Geography ( Lubusz Voivodeship )
  • Lausitz