Germany - Lower Saxony & Bremen (PDF Chapter)
This is the Lower Saxony & Bremen chapter from Lonely Planet’s Germany guide-book.
Lower Saxony’s patchwork of vibrant small towns and villages is a diverse landscape of forests, farmlands, river plains, heath and moors. Bremen, the smallest of the German states, packs a punch for its size.
- contemplate the atrocities of war and pay respects at Gedenkstätte Bergen-Belsen
- feel moved by the experiences of millions of immigrants who passed through Bremerhaven’s port at the Deutsches Auswandererhaus
- admire the golden archangel and red-brick angles of Bremen’s uniquely designed expres-sionist street, Böttcherstrasse
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Hanover, Celle, Bergen-Belsen, Hildesheim, Braun-schweig, Wolfenbüttel, Bremen City, Bremerhaven, Worpswede, Oldenburg, Emden, Jever, East Frisian Islands.
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