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  1. Königslutter - Wikipediaönigslutter

    Königslutter is a stop on the German Timber-Frame Road (Deutsche Fachwerkstraße) tourist route. In its current form, the township with about 16,000 inhabitants was created in a 1974 administrative reform by joining the following 18 municipalities:

  2. Königslutter am Elm is a city in the district of Helmstedt, Lower Saxony, Germany, near the Elm hills. In 2003, about 17,000 people lived in Königslutter. Königslutter is twinned with Taunton in Somerset, in the southwest of England. Königslutter is on the tourist route called the German Half-Timbered House Road (Deutsche Fachwerkstraße).

  3. Beienrode (Königslutter) - Wikipediaönigslutter)

    The first mention of Beienrode was at September 10, 980 as Bodenrod.The German emperor Otto II donated the Saxonian Derlingau, with Beienrode, to his abider Mamecho.. The old part of Beienrode, the so-called Unterdorf, was in the river valley of the Schunter and originally a small farming village, surrounding the 1000-year-old manor.

  4. Königslutter am Elm – Wikipediaönigslutter_am_Elm

    Zu Königslutter am Elm gehört ferner auch die Siedlung Langeleben im Elm.. Geschichte Name. Die Stadt Königslutter am Elm war ursprünglich ein Dorf mit dem Namen Lutter. 1135 wurde es erstmals urkundlich als Lûtere erwähnt, ist aber vermutlich wesentlich älter.

    • 130,62 km²
    • 150 m ü. NHN
  5. Uhry (Königslutter) - Wikipediaönigslutter)
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    • Sand extraction

    Uhry a small village that is part of the city of Königslutter, Lower Saxony, Germany. It lies close to the mountain range of Dorm and is about 35 km east of Braunschweig. The village is on Autobahn A2 between Hanover and Berlin. Uhry has about 300 residents.

    Uhry has a small chapel, the Evangelische Freikirche. There is also a sports club, which citizens share with the neighboring village of Beienrode.

    The coat of arms of Uhry was officially accepted by the district president of Lüneburg in 1960. The background is green with a diagonal white stripe divided into two parts by a green line crossed by a diagonal wavy white stripe. In the angles of these are an acorn, on each side are oak leaves, and an ear of wheat. The stripes represent the Uhrau stream and the Autobahn A2. The rest of the coat indicates that Uhry is surrounded by forests and arable land.

    A large sand quarry lies in the northeast of Uhry. About 50 million years ago a river delta existed there, and much grit and sand were deposited. The deposits are 100 percent quartz crystal and is used for making glass.

  6. Königslutter - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libreönigslutter

    «Königslutter». En Chisholm, Hugh, ed. Encyclopædia Britannica. A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature, and General information (en inglés) (11.ª edición). Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.; actualmente en dominio público. Enlaces externos. Wikimedia Commons alberga una categoría multimedia sobre Königslutter. Sitio oficial

  7. Königslutter – Wikipediaönigslutter

    Königslutter Kommunfritt område: Land Tyskland Förbundsland: Niedersachsen: Kreis: Helmstedt: Koordinater: Yta 8,91 km² (2017-12-31) [1] Folkmängd 0 (2017-12-31) [1] Kommunkod: 03 1 54 503

  8. Königslutter – Wikipediaönigslutter

    De Stad Königslutter was erst 'n Dörp met de Naam Ludder. 1135 word et erstmals as Lûtere vertellt. De Dörp was aver düdelich oolscher. De Naam kümmt van de Beek Ludder, der süüdelich ut 'n grote Spring kümmt. Tau End van de 14.

  9. Königslutter am Elm – Wikipediaönigslutter_am_Elm

    Königslutter am Elm är en stad i Landkreis Helmstedt i det tyska förbundslandet Niedersachsen. Königslutter am Elm, som för första gången nämns i ett dokument från år 1135, hadr cirka 16 000 invånare. Administrativ indelning. Königslutter am Elm består av arton Stadtteile.

  10. Kaiserdom (Königslutter) – Wikipediaönigslutter)

    Kaiserdom Königslutter – Geschichte und Restaurierung, Petersberg 2008, ISBN 978-3-86568-428-8. Stadt Königslutter (Hrsg.): 850 Jahre Kaiserdom 1135–1985, Königslutter 1985. Jürgen Bernhard Kuck: Nikolaus, Lothar und der Teufel. Der Jagdfries am Dom zu Königslutter als kosmisches Rätsel, Königslutter 2007, ISBN 978-3-00-021896-5.