The Falkenberg is specifically located in the northwestern piece of the area of Celle in northern Germany. It is one of the most elevated focuses on the Lüneburg Heath. In great climate Hanover is obvious from its summit.
It is on the landscape of the NATO office, the Bergen-Hohne Training Area, in the region of the town of Becklingen. The trig purposes of Hauelberg and Falkenberg, which today are covered up by woods, at that point expose on, unforested ridges, most likely encompassed by heath.
Not until the point when the substantial deliberate afforestation in the second 50% of the nineteenth century did the scene start to appear as though it does today.
Some portion of the triangulation arranges utilized for Gauß's study, delineating the Falkenberg, was spoken to on the switch side of the fourth arrangement of 10 Deutschmark banknotes.