Oldenburg

Oldenburg (Oldenburg.ogg; Low German: Ollnborg; Saterland Frisian: Ooldenbuurich) is an independent city in the state of Lower Saxony, Germany. During the French annexation (1811–1813) in the wake of the Napoleonic war against Britain, it was also known as Le Vieux-Bourg in French. The city is situated at the Rivers Hunte and Haaren, in the nort...
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Oldenburg

[Oldenburg] Oldenburg Hauptbahnhof (originally Oldenburg Centralbahnhof) is the main passenger station in the city of Oldenburg in the German state of Lower Saxony. With gradual closure of other stations, including Ofenerdiek and Osternburg, it is currently the only passenger station in Oldenburg. It is a through station, with seven platfor...
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Oldenburg

[ship] Several naval ships of Germany were named Oldenburg after the city of Oldenburg, Germany: ...
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Oldenburg

city, Lower Saxony Land (state), northwestern Germany. Situated at the junction of the Hunte River and the Küsten Canal, which links the Hunte and ... [1 related articles]
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Oldenburg

former German state, successively a countship, a duchy, a grand duchy, and a Land (state) before it became a Regierungsbezirk (administrative ...
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Oldenburg

Oldenburg (ôl'dunboorkh) , former state, NW Germany. It is now included in the state of Lower Saxony. The city of Oldenburg was the capital. The former state consisted of three widely separated divisions. The largest of these, Oldenburg proper, now forms the district of Oldenburg, stretchi...
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Oldenburg

Oldenburg, city (1994 pop. 147,701), Lower Saxony, NW Germany, on the Hunte River and the Küstenkanal (Coast Canal). It is a rail junction, transshipment point, agricultural market, and industrial center. Manufactures include ships, glass, and textiles. Oldenburg was first mentioned in 1108 and...
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