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Lower Saxony

Located in North West Germany Lower Saxony state was formed in 1946 by the merger of the former Prussian province of Hanover with the former states of Brunswick Situated on the North German plain, it is bordered by the Netherlands on the west.

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Lower Saxony is mountainous in the south; heaths and moors form the central belt. Lower Saxony is drained by the Weser, Ems, Aller, Leine, and Elbe rivers. Farming and cattle raising are important occupations. Industry (including the manufacture of iron and steel, textiles, machinery, food products, and chemicals) is well developed in the cities of Brunswick, Celle, Goslar, Hanover, and Osnabrück.

There are oil wells in the Emsland, large iron-ore deposits at Watenstedt-Salzgitter, and lignite mines near Helmstedt. Emden, Wilhelmshaven, and Cuxhaven are the chief North Sea ports.

The region of Lower Saxony has had no historic unity since 1180, when Emperor Frederick I broke up the duchy of Henry the Lion of Saxony, of which it was a part. The term "Lower Saxony" continued, however, as a geographic expression. It also designated (16th cent. to 1806) one of the imperial circles of the Holy Roman Empire; the circle included, besides present-day Lower Saxony, Mecklenburg, Holstein, and Bremen.

You can revel in the waters along the lively rivers and peaceful canals, on the generous lakes, along the broad North Sea coast or on the islands of East Frisia. By motorboat or on water skis, under your own steam in a rowing boat or a canoe, or borne by the wind in a sailing boat or windsurfer, Niedersachsen has the perfect conditions for all water sports enthusiasts.

Don't forget to try the local fresh seafood delicacies, from freshly shelled prawns to the good honest smoked eel.

Discover the diversity of Lower Saxony. This state stretches from the East Frisian Isles and the uniqueNational Park of the Lower Saxony Tide Lands to the Harz Mountains, the most northern chain of the German low mountains.

Picturesque marsh landscapes, the fairy tale Weserbergland, idyllic river landscapes as well as a multitude of towns remarkable for their cultural history offering diverse possibilities for your vacation plans, which you must simply visit, in Lower Saxony your vacation dreams come true.





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