Place:Weser-Ems, Niedersachsen, Germany

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NameWeser-Ems
TypeFormer Regierungsbezirk
Coordinates52.75°N 8.0°E
Located inNiedersachsen, Germany     ( - 2004)
Contained Places
Administrative region
Dinklage
District
Ammerland
Aurich
Cloppenburg
Emsland
Friesland
Leer
Osnabrück
Vechta
Wesermarsch
Wittmund
Gemeinde
Uelsen
General region
Harlinger Land
Jeverland
Krummhörn
Ostfriesland
Grafschaft
Bentheim
Independent city
Delmenhorst ( 1150 - )
Emden ( 700 - )
Oldenburg
Wilhelmshaven ( 1800 - )
Inhabited place
Abbehausen
Ahlhorn
Altenesch
Altenoythe
Ankum
Apen
Arenberg
Aschendorf
Bad Bentheim
Bad Dreibergen
Bad Essen
Bad Rothenfelde
Bad Zwischenahn
Bagband
Bakum
Barssel
Beesten
Belm
Bensersiel
Berge
Berne
Bersenbrück
Bissendorf
Blexen
Bockhorn
Bohmte
Borkum
Brake
Bramsche
Bunde
Burhave
Buttforde
Börger
Bösel
Cappeln
Clemenswerth
Dalum
Damme
Dangast
Dissen
Ditzum
Dornum
Dornumersiel
Dörpen
Eckwarderhörne
Edewecht
Elsfleth
Emlichheim
Emstek
Engter
Eschebrügge
Esens
Essen
Esterwegen
Fedderwardergroden
Folmhusen
Frensdorferhaar
Frenswegen
Freren
Friesoythe
Fürstenau
Ganderkesee
Garrel
Georgsmarienhütte
Gildehaus
Glandorf
Goldenstedt
Greetsiel
Grossefehn
Grossenkneten
Grossheide
Hage
Hagen
Haren
Harlesiel
Harpstedt
Hasbergen
Haselünne
Hatte
Heisfelde
Hellern
Hesel
Hesepe
Hesselte
Hilter
Hinte
Hohenkirchen
Holdorf
Holthausen
Holthusen
Holzhausen
Hoogstede
Hooksiel
Horumersiel
Hude
Iburg
Ihlow
Jade
Jemgum
Juist
Kalkriese
Kloster Oesede
Krummhörn
Langeoog
Langförden
Langwarden
Lastrup
Lathen
Leerhafe
Lengerich
Lindern
Loga
Logabirum
Lohne
Lorup
Lähden
Löningen
Lüstringen
Marienhafe
Melle
Menslage
Minsen
Molbergen
Moorburg
Moordorf
Moormerland
Moorriem
Neermoor
Nessmersiel
Neuenburg
Neuenhaus
Neuenkirchen
Neuharlingersiel
Norddeich
Nordenham
Norderney
Oesede
Oldenbrook
Oldersum
Ostercappeln
Ostrhauderfehn
Ovelgönne
Pilsum
Potshausen
Quackenbrück
Ramsloh
Rastede
Remels
Rhauderfehn
Rhede
Rodenkirchen
Rulle
Rütenbrock
Salzbergen
Sande
Sandhorst
Schapen
Scharrel
Schepsdorf-Lohne
Schortens
Schwagstorf
Schwei
Schüttorf
Seefeld
Sengwärden
Sillenstede
Steinfeld
Steinloge
Strücklingen
Surwold
Sögel
Südbrookmerland
Tettens
Tossens
Twist
Upgant-Schott
Varel
Victorbur
Visbek
Voslapp
Vörden
Wallenhorst
Wangerooge
Wardenburg
Werlte
Westerstede
Westoverledingen
Wiefelstede
Wiesede
Wiesmoor
Wietmarschen
Wildeschausen
Wüsting
Zetel
Unknown
Holthuserheide
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The Regierungsbezirk Weser-Ems was the most westerly of the four administrative regions of Lower Saxony, Germany, bordering on the Dutch provinces of Groningen, Drenthe and Overijssel. It was established in 1978 by merging the former regions Osnabrück, Aurich, and Oldenburg. It was formally dissolved by the end of 2004 along with the other Regierungsbezirke of Lower Saxony as part of an effort to optimize the administrative system of the state.

The administrative centre of the Regierungsbezirk Weser-Ems was located in the Staatsministerium building in Oldenburg, a representative governmental complex from the period of the Grand Duchy and later Free State of Oldenburg. The department of educational affairs was based in Osnabrück, the department for financial affairs (Regierungskasse treasurer's office) in Aurich.

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Kreise
(districts)
Kreisfreie Städte
(district-free towns)
  1. Ammerland district
  2. District of Aurich
  3. Bentheim
  4. District of Cloppenburg
  5. Emsland district
  6. District of Friesland
  7. District of Leer
  8. District of Oldenburg
  9. District of Osnabrück
  10. District of Vechta
  11. District of Wesermarsch
  12. District of Wittmund
  1. Delmenhorst
  2. Emden
  3. Oldenburg (city)
  4. Osnabrück (city)
  5. Wilhelmshaven

Weser-Ems is a national district.

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