Goose Neck Tower (Gänsehalsturm) is an 87-metre concrete radio tower near Bell and Mendig in Western Germany. Built in 1976, it serves as an internal radio relay link for German electric and natural gas public utility company RWE.

Goose Neck Tower is one of RWE's few radio towers built in concrete. At the height of 24 meters, there is an observation deck open to tourists.

It is named after the mountain where it is located: Gänsehals ("Goose Neck") [de].

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