[ fik-tl-guh-bir-guh ]
/ ˈfɪk tl gəˌbɪr gə /
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a mountain range in E central Germany, near the Czech border. Highest peak, Schneeberg, 3,447 feet (1,051 meters).
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The term lampophyre was introduced by Gmbel in describing the mica-traps of Fichtelgebirge.Volcanoes: Past and Present|Edward Hull
In the north-east the Fichtelgebirge connects itself directly with the Erzgebirge, which forms the northern boundary of Bohemia.