Linsen Tower (German: Linsen Turm "Lentil Tower" or "Lens Tower"), most commonly known as Linsentower when combined (German: Linsenturm "Lentiltower" or "Lenstower"), is a wooden 46-metre (151 ft) German truss observation tower with a modernized style, making it one of the first and tallest wooden towers in both the state of Hesse and Germany ever built with a modern trend. The tower is also considered the tallest lattice tower in the whole state of Hesse that is made of wood.

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  • Linsen Tower (German: Linsen Turm "Lentil Tower" or "Lens Tower"), most commonly known as Linsentower when combined (German: Linsenturm "Lentiltower" or "Lenstower"), is a wooden 46-metre (151 ft) German truss observation tower with a modernized style, making it one of the first and tallest wooden towers in both the state of Hesse and Germany ever built with a modern trend. The tower is also considered the tallest lattice tower in the whole state of Hesse that is made of wood. This is because of its tall stature, with a roof contributing to it. The tower's roof measures 46.02 metres (151.0 ft) from the ground with the top floor measuring 42.98 metres (141 ft) above sea level, with a complete height of 46.02 metres (151 ft), which includes the tower's roof. Although the tower is considered the tallest wooden tower in Hesse, this does not apply as a whole in Germany since the wooden Brück aerial testing facility in southern Berlin is 8 metres taller than the Linsen Tower, to be exact, 54 metres (177.17 ft). But this does not make the Brück aerial testing facility the tallest in the whole Germany, since the Jahrtausendturm (English: Millennium Tower) is 6 metres taller than the Brück aerial testing facility, to be specific, 60 metres. (en)
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