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Good restaurants for dinner?

"Is the sasacatchewan still opened? It's a nice place ..." (posted 03/24/2014)

There are definitely no restaurants with this name in Nienburg, which can only be written as "Saskatchawan" in the United States. I do not think that there was ever a "Saskatchawan" in our Nienburg. There is a Nienburg an der Saale, maybe this is a confusion with the other town.
Answer provided by Sabina Bibow on 03/29/2014
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Sorry, but I do not know what the sasacatchewan is. Are you sure we're talking about the same Nienburg? There are several Nienburg in Germany.
Answer provided by Katrin Franken on 03/25/2014
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Typical tourist activities or places that one should NOT do, as they are not worthwhile doing.

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What makes this destination special? Why should one spend some time here during vacation?

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Are there any points of interest or local attractions?

"Was here in 1946/7 in barracks I did duties in a lovely building near to.Would love to know if it's still standing.I have photos I could send to your address.Cannot visit as I am now 95.l Love your country Regards George Clarke Ex Royal Signals" (posted 03/15/2016)

Hi Mr. Clarke, thanks for your meassage! Which building do you mean? Ours in Wietzen? I will be glad to receive some photos, if you'd like to send them to me. With kind regards, Katrin Franken
Answer provided by Katrin Franken on 03/16/2016
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Popular Points of Interest in and near Nienburg

  • Steinhuder Meer Nature Park
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    Steinhuder Meer Nature Park

    The Steinhuder Meer Nature Park (German: Naturpark Steinhuder Meer), with northwest Germany's largest inland lake, the Steinhuder Meer, at its heart, covers an area of 310 square kilometres (120 sq mi) within the districts of Nienburg and Schaumburg and the region of Hanover. The sponsor of the nature park, founded in 1974, is Hanover Region.

    The Steinhuder Meer Nature Park lies south of Nienburg/Weser, west of Neustadt am Rübenberge, northwest of Wunstorf, north of Hagenburg and Sachsenhagen and east of Rehburg-Loccum, parts of these parishes lying within the nature park itself. In the centre of the nature park is northwest Germany's biggest inland waterbody, Lake Steinhude (Steinhuder Meer). In the north of the nature park is the hillocky forest of Grinderwald, in the east is the bog of Totes Moor, its southwestern fringes are bordered by the Rehburg Hills and, in the northwest is the Schneerener Moor.



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Nienburg Overview

Nienburg is a town and capital of the district Nienburg, in Lower Saxony, Germany.

Situated on the scenic German Framework Road, Nienburg lies on the river Weser, approximately 55 km (34 mi) southeast of Bremen (Bremen vacation rentals | Bremen travel guide), and 45 km (28 mi) northwest of Hanover. Nienburg is the largest town in the Mittelweserregion.

Things to See in Nienburg

Theater auf dem Hornwerk

Rathaus, one of the oldest and most impressive buildings of the town built in the 14th century

Parish Church of St. Martin

Fresenhof

Historic Wasserturm

Various statues around the city

The Giebichenstein at Stöckse, a huge boulder

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More about the History of Nienburg

Nienburg is mentioned for the first time in 1025 in a charter of the bishopric of Minden. Since Nienburg is translated as new castle, it must have existed as a former castle, or at least an older, adjacent roost.

As part of the Lower Saxony regional reform in 1974, neighboring communities Erich Hagen-Wölpe, Holtorf, Langendamm, and Schäferhof / Kattriede were combined with the city.

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Nienburg is a town and capital of the district Nienburg, in Lower Saxony, Germany.

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