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The present-day university town of Oldenburg used to be the capital of the county, the Duchy, the Grand Duchy, the Free State and the Land of Oldenburg. With more than 160,000 inhabitants, it is one of the four largest cities in Lower Saxony in addition to the similarly sized Osnabrück and the larger cities of Hanover and Brunswick.
Oldenburg is located at an area where the Delmenhorster Geest in the southeast passes into the Oldenburg Geest in the northwest at an altitude of 2-19 meters. To the west of this the wide bogs the Leda-Jümme-Moor region spread, to the east of which the marshes of the lower Hunte follow.

Visbek groom - megalithic grave in Wildeshausen

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Visbek groom - mighty megalithic grave in Wildeshausen

Our tour through the north of Germany had led us, next to the visit of the still relatively "young" Museum and Park Kalkriese as the presumed site of the Varus Battle (we will report later) to the Ahlhorner Heide at Wildeshausen next to the local megalithic tombs from the time period between 3500 - 2800 BC.

A visit to well-known St. Lamberti Church in Oldenburg

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A visit to well-known St. Lamberti Church in Oldenburg

To the northwest of the Castle, in the center of Oldenburg, the architecturally wonderful building of St. Lambert's Church can be visited that is often referred to holy St. Lamberti.

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