view from the Himmelberg Tower over the hills
The Sieben Berge ("Seven Hills") are a ridge of hills up to 395 m above sea level in the Lower Saxon Hills in the district of Hildesheim, Lower Saxony (Germany). Together with the Vorberge and the Sackwald the Sieben Berge belong to the geological formation of the Sackmulde.
They are famous as a result of the fairy tale, Snow White. The Sieben Berge gained fame from the tale of Snow White, written in the 19th century by the Brothers Grimm. In the fairy tale, Snow White lives with the seven dwarfs behind the Siebe Berge.