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  1. Lower Saxony (Germany): Counties, Cities and Communes - Population Statistics, Charts and Map Germany: Lower Saxony Cities and communes in Lower Saxony Counties The population of all counties in the State of Lower Saxony (Niedersachsen). Cities and Communes The population of all cities and communes in the State of Lower Saxony (Niedersachsen).

  2. Lower Saxony Latitude of center 52.8399° or 52° 50' 24" north Longitude of center 9.076° or 9° 4' 34" east Population 7,920,000 Elevation 13 metres (43 feet) Abbreviation NI Open­Street­Map ID node 1673514242 Open­Street­Map Feature place=­state Geo­Names ID 2862926 Wiki­data ID Q1197 Thanks for contributing to our open data sources.

  3. The census population of all counties in the State of Lower Saxony (Niedersachsen). Name Status Population Census 2011-05-09 ; Ammerland: County: 117,912:

  4. Before 1180 the name Saxony was applied to the territory conquered between about ad 200 and 700 by the Germanic Saxon tribe. This territory included Holstein and the area west of the lower Elbe River, in what is now the German Land (state) of Lower Saxony. From there the Saxons expanded westward by sea to Britain in the 5th century.

  5. The Saxon Ore Mountains, called Erzgebirge in German or Krušné hory in Czech, is a mountain range in the south of Saxony in Germany. Photo: Wikimedia, CC0. Chemnitz. Zwickau. Freiberg. Aue. Type: State with 4,190,000 residents. Description: state in Germany. Categories: federated state of Germany and locality.

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  7. 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 ...