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  1. Coordenadas: 52°55′16″N 9°13′50″E ( mapa) Verden (ciudad) Verden ( [ˈfɛːɐ̯dən], pronunciado Férden) es la capital del distrito de Verden en el Estado federado de Baja Sajonia, en Alemania . La ciudad está a orillas del río Aller. Verden es un conocido centro de equitación. Véase también Organización político-administrativa de Baja Sajonia

  2. Verden - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre Verden Esta página de desambiguación enumera artículos que tienen títulos similares. El término Verden puede referirse a: Verden, ciudad alemana en el estado de Baja Sajonia; o Verden, distrito alemán donde se encuentra la ciudad homónima. Verden, ducado histórico.

  3. Verden (state) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The historic territory of Verden ( German pronunciation: [ˈfeːɐ̯dən]) emerged from the Monarchs of the Frankish Diocese of Verden in the area of present-day central and northeastern Lower Saxony and existed as such until 1648.

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Verden can refer to: Verden an der Aller, a town in Lower Saxony, Germany Verden, Oklahoma, a small town in the USA Verden (district), a district in Lower Saxony, Germany Verden (state), a former prince-bishopric (later principality) in the Holy Roman Empire

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    Verden is a Kreis in the centre of Lower Saxony, Germany. Adjoining it are the districts of Osterholz, Rotenburg, Heidekreis, Nienburg, and Diepholz, as well as the city of Bremen.

    The Aller River enters the district in the east and joins the Weser in the center of the district. In the north, the Wümme River passes from west to the east across the district's territory. The western half of the district is occupied by suburbs in the Bremen metropolitan area, e.g. the town of Achim.

    The district dates back to the two Ämter of Verden and Achim, which were created in 1852 and 1859. After the Kingdom of Hanover became part of Prussia, they were recreated as districts, and merged in 1932. In 1939, two municipalities of the district were added to Bremen, in 1972 Thedinghausen was added.

    • 787.70 km² (304.13 sq mi)
    • Germany
  5. Verden (Aller) [ ˈfeːɐ̯dn̩] ( Plattdeutsch Veern) ist die Kreisstadt des Landkreises Verden in Niedersachsen und eine selbständige Gemeinde. Die Stadt liegt in der Mittelweserregion an der Aller unmittelbar vor deren Mündung in die Weser. Sie trägt als Zentrum der Pferdezucht und des Pferdesports den Beinamen Reiterstadt.