In the plane of any triangle ABC, let
D = midpoint of BC,
X = center of the A-excircle,
The lines DX, EY, FZ meet in a point, labeled M in the figure. The point was studied by C. von Nagel in 1836, and is called the
The Mittenpunkt is the symmedian point of triangle XYZ. |

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