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  1. Leipzig Lowlands is a plain in Saxony, Germany. It is bordered in the south and east by the Central Saxon Hills. Leipzig Torgau Grimma Colditz Saxon Switzerland Saxon Switzerland is an area in Saxony, Germany, so named after its picturesque upland scenery. Photo: Walther Wer, CC BY-SA 4.0. Bad Schandau Bad Gottleuba-Berggießhübel Königstein Rathen

  2. This list of the districts and independent cities in Lower Saxony gives a general overview of these including their most important data. The current administrative structure of the country came about through the district reform from 1970 to 1980 , in which the previous 60 districts and 16 independent cities were restructured.

  3. Hanover, German Hannover, former state of northwestern Germany, first an electorate (1692–1806) of the Holy Roman Empire, then a kingdom (1814–66), and finally a Prussian province (1866–1945). After World War II the state was administratively abolished; its former territory formed about 80 percent of the Land (state) of Lower Saxony. Hanover grew out of the early 17th-century division of ...

  4. 18 de may. de 2022 · Lower Saxony Diversity, tradition and the spirit of innovation: Lower Saxony, which is the second-largest state in area in the Federal Republic of Germany, stretches from the North Sea island of Borkum to the Harz Mountains. In between, you’ll find Hannover, the state capital, the Luneburg Heath and Germany’s most fertile fields.

  5. 25 de jul. de 2014 · 1946-11-01: Lower Saxony state created and subdivided into Aurich, Braunschweig, Hannover, Hildesheim, Lüneburg, Oldenburg (v), Osnabrück, and Stade districts (some of them Regierungsbezirke, and others Verwaltungsbezirke (v)). 1947: Minden district merged with the former state of Lippe to form Detmold district.

  6. germanfoods.org › german-food-facts › lower-saxonyLower Saxony - Germanfoods.org

    Lower Saxony ( Niedersachsen) is Germany’s second largest state, stretching from the North Sea to the Harz Mountains. Close to 8 million Germans call this state their home, and every year millions of tourists flock to the beaches and islands along the state’s North Sea coast to seek rest and recreation. The seven inhabited East Frisian ...

  7. The capital of Saxony is Dresden. Dresden is definitely worth a visit. The old town is beautifully renovated and many attractions can be reached on foot, as they are all pretty close to each other. If you are in Dresden, you should definitely visit the Frauenkirche, the Zwinger and the Semperoper. In the picture below you can see the Elbufer at ...