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Worpswede, © Worpsweder Touristik- und Kulturmarketing
©Worpsweder Touristik- und Kulturmarketing

Marshes, sandy heathland, forests, dunes and tree-lined meadows define the scenic diversity that surrounds Fischerhude, seemingly lost in time.

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Helgoland - Lange Anna, © Kurverwaltung Helgoland
©Kurverwaltung Helgoland

Germany has got many islands, however there is one high sea island only. Heligoland – an oasis of quietude and a unique natural monument.

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Hude - old mill, © Kirsten Jensen-Gentsch / Touristik-Palette Hude e.V.
©Kirsten Jensen-Gentsch / Touristik-Palette Hude e.V

Explore the amazing countryside of moorland, sandy heathland and ancient woodland that lies between Bremen and Oldenburg.

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Church Lilienthal, © Gästeinformation Lilienthal
©Gästeinformation Lilienthal

Located right in the middle of a designated landmark area between Bremen, Worpswede and Fischerhude, the re-sort of Lilienthal offers a wide range of ...

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Sunset in Lüneburger Heide, © Lüneburger Heide GmbH
©Lüneburger Heide GmbH

Discover nature and fun parks in the beautiful Lüneburg Heath.

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Oldenburg, © Peter Kreier / Oldenburger Tourismus und Marketing
©Peter Kreier / Oldenburger Tourismus und Marketing

Discover Oldenburg - history and culture with young and modern spirit.

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Kulturland Teufelsmoor - Torfkähne, © Anja Steffen / Kulturland Teufelsmoor
©Anja Steffen / Kulturland Teufelsmoor

Teufelsmoor is an ideal destination for a trip to the countryside – by bike, e-bike, canoe, Moor Express or peat barge.

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Museum of horses in Verden, © Frank Pusch / Bildarchiv der Stadt Verden
©Frank Pusch / Bildarchiv der Stadt Verden

Located on the River Aller, a tributary of the Weser, Verden is often referred to as the western gateway to the Lüneburg Heath.

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Worpswede Barkenhoff, © Andreas Wilhelm
©Andreas Wilhelm

The artists' village of Worpswede makes its scenic appearance in the lowlands of the River Hamme, right in an area known as Devil's Moor (Teufelsmoor).

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