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Mundstücke fotos Rodenberg (Lower Saxony)
Südliches Ostfriesland. The cabinet of the Lower Saxony state government Image Copyrights: NOVUM Fotoagentur, Walter Schmidt. Business and industry.
Lower Saxony's research landscape, with its outstanding higher-education establishments and non-university research institutions, has a great deal to offer.
Lower Saxony is a German state (Bundesland) situated in northwestern Germany and is second in area, with square kilometres sq mi), and.
Mundstücke fotos Rodenberg (Lower Saxony) - kam Lower Saxony borders on from north and clockwise the North Sea , the states of Schleswig-Holstein , Hamburg , Mecklenburg-Vorpommern , Brandenburg , Saxony-Anhalt , Thuringia , Hesse and North Rhine-Westphalia , and the Netherlands. Manufacturing is another large part of the regional economy. If the State of Oldenburg was to be dissolved, Vechta District would much rather be included in the Westphalian region. Knowledge and technology transfer. Domestic violence and forced marriage. Among the hallmarks of research in Lower Saxony are its outstanding quality - evident in, for example, the participating institutions' great success in acquiring external funding - and the wide range of disciplines involved. In: Heimatbund für das Oldenburger Münsterland Hrsg. In the west lie the County of BentheimOsnabrück LandEmslandOldenburg LandAmmerlandmundstücke fotos Rodenberg (Lower Saxony), Oldenburg Münsterland and — on the coast — East Frisia. The agricultural and food industry. The supporters of this dispute were administrative officials and politicians, but regionally focussed scientists of various disciplines were supposed to have fuelled the arguments. Mineral products still mined today include iron and lignite. The close historical links between the domains of the Lower Saxon Circle now in modern Lower Saxony survived for centuries especially from a dynastic point of view. To the southeast the state border runs through the Harzlow mountains that are part of the German Central Uplands. The northwestern area of Lower Saxony, which lies on the coast of the North Seais called East Frisia and the seven East Frisian Islands offshore are popular with tourists.