Germany is rich in natural elegance. Between the North Sea and Baltic coasts in the north and the mountains of the Alps in the south lie incredibly various landscapes, with everything from wide extents of river and Lakeland sight, hilly uplands, and densely wooded regions to agricultural grasslands and industrial conurbations. The Zugspitze is the greatest mountain in Germany at 2,963 meters. Germany’s lengthiest river is The Rhine, which seeps through the country for a whole of 865 kilometers. The country has 16 national parks, 104 nature reserves, and 15 biosphere reserves.