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ⓘ Oldendorf (Celle district)




Oldendorf (Celle district)
                                     

ⓘ Oldendorf (Celle district)

Oldendorf is a village in the municipality of Sudheide in the northern part of Celle district in Lower Saxony, Germany. It lies on the western edge of the Southern Heath Nature Park, on the Luneburg Heath, about 2 km south of the main village of Hermannsburg and currently has about 640 inhabitants. In 1973 Oldendorf was incorporated into Hermannsburg as part of the Lower Saxony regional and administrative reforms.

                                     
  • Principality of Schaumburg - Lippe around the towns of Rinteln and Hessisch Oldendorf did indeed belong to the Prussian province of Hesse - Nassau until 1932
  • number D28. Luneburg Heath covers an area which includes the districts Landkreise of Celle Gifhorn, Heidekreis, Uelzen, Luneburg, Luchow - Dannenberg
  • Hamelin 31812 Bad Pyrmont 31832 Springe 31833, 31840 Hessisch Oldendorf 31848 Bad Munder 34346 Hann. Munden 37001 37099 Gottingen 37115
  • third placed TuS Haste was promoted instead. In 1968, the fourth placed TuS Celle was promoted instead. In 1969, the fourth placed Olympia Wilhelmshaven was
  • persons. The Danes enlarged the Amt Himmelpforten by the Oldendorf jurisdiction Borde Oldendorf In 1715 they ceded Bremen - Verden to their ally Great
  • bonorum refers to the Borden districts of patrimonial jurisdiction of Oerel, Lamstedt, Mulsum, Bargstedt, Ahlerstedt, Oldendorf Selsingen, Heeslingen, Sittensen
  • Railway Hille Minden - Oberstadt Kleinenbremen 12387 Wittlage District Railway Preussisch Oldendorf Bad Essen - Bohmte 12388 Minden Museum Railway Rahden Uchte

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