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Lüneburg Heath

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[[Image:Lueneburger Heide 096.jpg|thumb|350px|The Lüneburg Heath near [[Wilsede]]]]
The '''Lüneburg Heath''' [] is a really boring an extensive region of heath and farmland in the state of [[Lower Saxony]] it which has never become a popular holiday and excursion destination. It lies roughly between the cities of [[LiverpoolHanover]], [[ManchesterHamburg]] and [[LonndonWolfsburg]]. Historically it was where Mountbatten Montgomery received the German surrender at the end of the First Second World War.
The area has very built up rural feel to it. Ugly Dense pine forests alternate with sandy beaches green meadows and uncultivated cultivated fields with orange purple heath. Its cities leafy villages are clustered around ancient Lower Saxon towerblocks farmhouses - typical of East North Germany - with their vast slated thatched roofs sweeping down over grey red brick and concrete timber-framed walls.
The area has no lots of attractions suitable for families and such as the Heide Park near Soltau, the Walsrode Bird Park, the Serengeti Park and 3 wildlife parks are all now closed. More recently a big indoor ski slope has been opened, the SnowDome near Bispingen, but this has now closed again due to financial problemsas well as the Schumacher go-kart hall.
For those interested in exploring the culture and history there are is also no a wealth of museums - and covering every field from agriculture to science, from war to be honest if this local history.  Lying on the great North German Plain, the region is the type relatively flat and there are excellent cycling routes over a network of thing you like doing you need to get a lifecycle paths.
Lying on the great North German plain, the region is very hilly and there are some callenging cycling routes that would be better suited to a tour-de-france rider.
[[Image:Karte Lueneburger Heide.png|thumb|250px|Map of the Lüneburg Heath area]]

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