Place:Lüneburg, Niedersachsen, Germany

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NameLüneburg
Alt namesLuneburg
Lunenburg
Landdrostei Lüneburgsource: (1823-1885)
Regierungsbezirke Lüneburgsource: (1885-2004)
TypeFormer administrative division, Former regierungsbezirk
Coordinates53.25°N 10.4°E
Located inNiedersachsen, Germany     (1946 - 2004)
Also located inHannover, Preußen, Germany     (1823 - 1946)
See alsoStade, Lüneburg, Niedersachsen, Germanyadded 1978-2004
Stade, Hannover, Preußen, Germanysome land was located here pre-1946
Contained Places
Deserted settlement
Bergen-Belsen-Denkmal
District
Celle
Celle ( 1946 - 2004 )
Cuxhaven
Harburg
Lüchow-Dannenberg
Lüneburg
Osterholz
Rotenburg
Soltau-Fallingbostel
Stade
Uelzen
Verden
Former municipality
Bröckel ( 1946 - 2004 )
Flotwedel ( 1946 - 2004 )
Former parish
Bröckel ( 1946 - 2004 )
General region
Altes Land
Hadeln
Kehdingen
Land Wursten
Lüneburger Heide
Wendland
Inhabited place
Achim
Agathenburg
Altenbruch
Altenwalde
Apensen
Arensch
Artlenburg
Assel
Baden
Basdahl
Bassen
Bederkesa
Beedenbostel
Behringen
Bergen
Bevensen
Beverstedt
Bienenbüttel
Bispingen
Bleckede
Bockel
Bodenteich
Bokel
Bomlitz
Bramstedt
Breloh
Brome
Buchholz in der Nordheide
Bützfleth
Cadenberge
Clenze
Dahlenburg
Dannenberg
Debstedt
Dedesdorf
Dethlingen
Dollern
Dorfmark
Dorum
Drangstedt
Drochtersen
Duhnen
Dörverden
Düshorn
Ebersdorf
Ebstorf
Egestorf
Ehmen
Ehra-Lessien
Ehrhorn
Eicklingen
Eimke
Eldingen
Elm
Elsdorf
Eschede
Eversen
Fallersleben
Fassberg
Fintel
Fischerhude
Freiburg an der Elbe
Gartow
Gnarrenburg
Gross-Hehlen
Göhrde
Hambergen
Hankensbüttel
Harsefeld
Hechthausen
Heeslingen
Heidenau
Hemmoor
Hesslingen ( 650 - )
Himmelpforten
Hodenhagen
Hohenzethen
Hohne
Holdenstedt
Hollenstedt
Hollern
Horneburg
Ihlienworth
Isenbüttel
Jastorf
Jork
Kirchlinteln
Kirchwalsede
Knesebeck
Kreyenhagen
Kuhstedt
Kutenholz
Laase
Lachendorf
Lamstedt
Langen
Langwedel
Lauenbruck
Leiferde
Lesum
Lilienthal
Loxstedt
Lübbow
Lüchow
Lüllau
Lüne
Mahrdorf
Maschen
Meckelfeld
Medingen
Meine
Meissendorf
Midlum
Munster
Müden
Neetze
Neindorf
Neu-Wulmstorf
Neuenkirchen
Neuenwalde
Neuhaus an der Oste
Niederhaverbeck
Nienhagen
Oberndorf
Oldau
Oldendorf
Oldenstadt
Ottendorf
Ottersberg
Oyten
Rennau
Rethem
Rhade
Ritterhude
Rosengarten
Sahlenburg
Salzhausen
Sandstedt
Scheessel
Schiffdorf
Schmarsau
Schnackenburg
Schneverdingen
Schwanewede
Schwarmstedt
Seevetal
Selsingen
Sittensen
Sottrum
Spaden
Spieka
Sprötze
Stelle
Stöcken
Suhlendorf
Sülze
Tarmstedt
Thedinghausen
Tostedt
Trebel
Unterlüss
Uphusen
Visselhövede
Vollersode
Vorsfelde
Wahrenholz
Walsrode
Wangersen
Wanna
Wathlingen
Wehdel
Westercelle
Weyhausen
Wienhausen
Wieren
Wietze
Wingst
Winsen
Wischhafen
Wittingen
Wolfsburg ( 1900 - )
Wolterdingen
Worpswede
Wremen
Wrestedt
Wulfsen
Wulfsode
Wustrow
Zasenbeck
Zeven
Land district
Celle ( 1946 - 2004 )
Landkreis (district)
Celle ( 1946 - 2004 )
Municipality
Bröckel ( 1946 - 2004 )
Flotwedel ( 1946 - 2004 )
Parish
Bröckel ( 1946 - 2004 )
Populated place
Flottwedel ( 1946 - 2004 )
Rural district
Celle ( 1946 - 2004 )


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Lüneburg was one of the four Regierungsbezirke of Lower Saxony, Germany, located in the north of the federal state between the three cities Bremen, Hamburg and Hanover.

The region was created under royal Hanoverian rule in 1823 as Landdrostei Lüneburg (about: High-Bailiwick of Lüneburg), renamed Regierungsbezirk (about: governorate) in 1885, then being a subdivision of the Prussian Province of Hanover. On 1 February 1978 the Lüneburg Region incorporated the neighbouring former Stade Region. The governorate, like all remaining Lower Saxon governorates, was dissolved in 2004.

Kreise (districts)

  1. Celle
  2. Cuxhaven
  3. Harburg
  4. Lüchow-Dannenberg
  5. Lüneburg
  6. Osterholz
  7. Rotenburg
  8. Soltau-Fallingbostel
  9. Stade
  10. Uelzen
  11. Verden

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