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surface 3 120  km² (with southern Ostheide, but without the Lüß plateau)
Systematics according to Handbook of the natural spatial structure of Germany
Main unit group 64 →
Lüneburg Heath
1st order natural space North German Lowlands
Natural space 641
Highest peak Falkenberg ( 150  m )
Geographical location
Coordinates 52 ° 50 '48 "  N , 9 ° 51' 39"  E Coordinates: 52 ° 50 '48 "  N , 9 ° 51' 39"  E
The western part of the north German lowlands with the Lüneburg Heath (64), the southwest of which is occupied by the Südheide
The western part of the north German lowlands with the Lüneburg Heath (64), the southwest of which is occupied by the Südheide
circle Heidekreis , district of Celle , Gifhorn
state Lower Saxony

The south- western part of the Lüneburg Heath that drains from the Aller is called Südheide . It extends roughly in the shape of a triangle between Schneverdingen in the north, Verden in the west and Wolfsburg in the south-east, with the latter two cities already a bit outside. To the northeast, the landscape borders on the 169  m above sea level. NHN high marginal moraines of the Hohe Heide , the eastern part of the Südheide, however, partially encompasses the Lüß in its southeast. The highest internal elevation is the Falkenberg , which in turn represents the center of a terminal moraine.

The Südheide Nature Park named after her is located in the Südheide , although with 480 km² it only takes up one sixth of its area. The north of the landscape lies in the Lüneburg Heath Nature Park . The western and eastern parts of the Südheide are each referred to as Heidmark .

Südheide is also the name of the municipality in the Lower Saxony district of Celle that was newly formed from the previous municipalities of Hermannsburg and Unterlüß with effect from January 1, 2015 .

Natural structure

The natural spatial main unit Südheide is structured as follows (from west to east; the subdivision of the adjoining southern part of the main unit Ostheide is also listed):

The landscapes of the southern Ostheide are nominally counted as part of the main Ostheide unit, but in terms of their landscaping and especially in their drainage towards the Aller they correspond more to the Südheide. Its center and center of gravity, the Knesebeck moraine plate, corresponds more to the terminal moraine of the Hohe Heide than to the eastern Hanoverian gravel moraine of the Ostheide in the narrower sense, which continues in the Altmark forest hill country (main units 863 to 865) to the southeast .

Walsroder clay geest

The birch lake
The Böhmetal above Bad Fallingbostel

The Walsroder Lehmgeest (641.0) forms the northwest part of the Südheide and the westernmost part of the Lüneburger Heide in the Lower Saxony district of Heidekreis , to a minimal extent in the far west also in the district of Rotenburg (Wümme) , with Walsrode in the south, Soltau in the east, Schneverdingen in the north and Visselhövede in the west).

Its northwest edge is the Neuenkirchen terminal moraine (641.04), which connects to the terminal moraine of the Hohe Heide via the Schneverdinger terminal moraine (641.13). It stretches from Schneverdingen to the southwest to Visselhövede, with Neuenkirchen roughly in the middle. The terminal moraine is only very weakly formed as a ridge, but towers above the Wümmeniederung (631) of the Stader Geest to the west by a noticeable height. The highest elevation with around 102  m is on the eastern edge, southeast of Schülern ; between Neuenkirchen and Visselhövede on the Höllenberg another 93  m are reached.

Immediately to the east of the Neuenkirchen terminal moraine lies the Behninger Geest (641.03), the northern part of the Walsroder loam geest . It is bounded to the east and north by the Schneverdingen terminal moraine, with Wolterdingen in the center. In its north, which still belongs to the Lüneburg Heath nature reserve , lies the Pietzmoor (250 ha); to the west are the small heath mound nature reserves near Langeloh (27 ha) and Birkensee (37 ha) and to the south the NSG Böhmetal near Huckenrieth (96 ha).

The actual main part of the Walsroder loam geest is made up of the Fallingbosteler loam plates (641.00) with Walsrode in the west, Fallingbostel in the east, Visselhövede in the extreme north-west and Soltau in the north-east. To the west of the unit are the Ottinger Ochsenmoor (275 hectares), the Grundlose Moor (295 hectares) and the Vehmsmoor (252 hectares) , each listed with NSG and from north-northeast to south-southwest . Smaller nature reserves form the central Lönsgrab (14 ha) and the black moor near Dannhorn (40 ha) in the northeast.

In the east of the northern half, the clay slabs are cut by the Böhmetal (641.01), which runs parallel to the edge and extends from northeast to southwest , the valley of the Böhme from northeast Soltau to Dorfmark in the south. this separates the Aspeloher Geest (641.02) in the far north east of the Walsroder Lehmgeest. which is bounded in the east by the neighboring Falkenberg terminal moraine (641.10).

An approximate triangle in the north of the Walsroder Lehmgeest with Schneverdingen in the north, Neuenkirchen in the west and Soltau in the southeast lies in the Lüneburg Heath Nature Park.

Hermannsburg Sandgeest

Range of hills west of the Falkenberg, today a restricted military area on the Bergen military training area
The Brambosteler Moor
Heath near Haußelberg

The Hermannsburg Sandgeest (641.1) forms the central part of the Südheide in the Lower Saxony districts of Celle and Heidekreis (west and north) and, to a small extent, Uelzen (extreme northeast) and stretches from the center of the Lüneburg Heath to the southwest. In the north, Munster , in southern mountains .

The northernmost part of the Hermannsburg Sandgeest as well as the Südheide as a whole is formed by the Schneverdinger terminal moraine (641.13) with Schneverdingen in the extreme northwest. It forms a bridge from the Hohe Heide to Falkenberger and Neuenkirchener terminal moraine and reaches its north-western base, on the Höpenberg in the north of Schneverdingen, 120  m , east -south- east of it, on the Tütsberg west of Behringen , 117  m and even further south-south-east, southwest of Bispingen, finally 123  m above sea level . NHN , only to turn to the south-southwest and gradually flatten out. The terminal moraine is still almost completely in the Lüneburg Heath Nature Park and, for the most part, also in the very large Lüneburg Heath Nature Reserve , the main area of ​​which is in the Hohe Heide.

With a south (southwest) branch the Schneverdinger terminal moraine extends to immediately southeast of Soltau ( Weiher Berge , 85  m ); in a south-south-westerly direction, the Falkenberg terminal moraines extend its strike and culminate in the 150 m high Falkenberg , the highest mountain in the Südheide, which occupies the south-west of the Hermannsburg Sandgeest.

To the east of the Falkenberg moraine, a depression stretches in a north-south direction, which is divided into a north and a south part. The northern part, the Wietzendorfer Bruch- und Moorgebiet (641.12) with the upper reaches of the Wietze in the north and Wietzendorf to the east of the center, contains various moor areas in its southern half with the nature reserve Große Moor bei Becklingen immediately east of Becklingen (850 ha) and north of it and immediately southwest of Wietzendorf, the multi-part Wietzendorfer Moor NSG (210 ha); Finally, north of Wietzendorf, there is the small NSG Wittenmoor (28 ha).

To the south, the Hohner Sander (641.11) joins along the Meiße . The namesake is not the municipality of Hohne , which is located in the eastern parts of the Südheide, but a current desert west of Belsen .

The central part of the Hermannsburg Sandgeest is formed by a north-south oriented, weak relief ridge with the Munsterlager Sandgeest (641.14) in the north, which takes up more than half of the area. On Wietzer Berg in the southeast it reaches 102  m , on Kronsberg in the north, immediately west of Munster, it is 98  m ; Larger parts of the landscape are taken up by the Munster-Süd military training area .

In the south, the Munsterlager Sandgeest ends at Bonstorf and to the west of it, and the Bergener Flottsandinsel (641.15) joins Bergen. On its western edge lies the Bleckmarberg ( 95  m ), which stretches as a slightly ridge-like ridge in a north-northeast direction and also finds a similarly high extension in the southwest of the Munsterlager Sandgeest, which does not differ significantly in height, but in relief. To the southwest of Offen , the ridge is finally closed by the Waller Sandgeest (641.16) around Walle , on the southern edge of which the NSG Goosemoor (44 ha) is located.

The central ridge 641.14-16 is framed to the northeast and east by valleys of the Örtze and its right (eastern) tributaries. The Oerreler Sander (641.18) with (Munster-) Oerrel in the center and Breloh in the northwest adjoins the Schneverdinger terminal moraine to the south-east and the Hohe Heide to the south; The eastern half of Munster is also in this landscape. The 330 hectare NSG valley of the Kleine Örtze stretches from north to south of Oerrel . The NSG Kiehnmoor (440 ha) lies only partially in it, in the extreme east of the natural area, which merges into the NSG Brambosteler Moor (105 ha) to the northwest .

To the south-west of Faßberg or from Müden , the depression merges into a clear and deep valley to the south, the Örtze-Urstromtal (641.18) with Hermannsburg in the center and Wolthausen , an east-north-east part of the municipality of Winsen , in the extreme south-south-west. This natural area is almost entirely in the Südheide Nature Park . In it lies the NSG Bornriethmoor (115 ha) and the only 10 ha small NSG Moor near Gerdehaus in the extreme northeast.

The Lüßplateau (641.19), the western part of the wooded plateau of the Lüß , which otherwise already belongs to the Hohe Heide, is located west of the Eimke - Unterlüß line . At 117  m on the Haußelberg, it almost reaches the heights of the core plateau of the Lüß (640.1), but differs from this in the soils and in the somewhat more agitated relief. In the north of this natural area lies Brambostel , in the south Lutterloh . In the natural area is the NSG Heiden und Magerrasen in the Südheide (approx. 753 hectares) and the NSG Weesener Bach (348 hectares), which almost completely accompanies its namesake and is correspondingly smaller (in the west) in the glacial valley.

Steinhorster sand and clay area

Typical vegetation in the Sacred Grove
The Postmoor near Bargfeld in the Lutter nature reserve
The Lutter flows into the Lachte north of Jarnsen

The Steinhorster sand and clay area (641.2) in the Lower Saxony districts of Celle (west) and Gifhorn (east) is the flat, undulating southern roof of the Lüß with altitudes below 100  m above sea level. NHN , which stretches from this plateau to the district towns of Celle in the southwest and Gifhorn in the southeast, both on the Aller . The eponymous town of Steinhorst is located roughly in the center, at the junction of three partial landscapes. The nature reserves on the Lutter , its receiving water Lachte and some other brooks of the Lacht system, which cover a total of 4014 hectares and of which only a very small part of the two main brooks is located in the Lüß, run through various sub-natural areas. The western half of the natural area is in the Südheide Nature Park .

The base of the Lüß plateau is the Starkshorner Sander (641.20) with Starkshorn in the west, Dalle in the center andräderloh in the southeast. It is almost completely forested with pine forests. Its south-eastern continuation, also directly roofing over the Lüß, from the valley of the Lachte between Lüsche and Steinhorst, the somewhat less homogeneous Oerreler Heide (641.26), is named after today's Dedelstorf district of Oerrel in its extreme northeast; in addition to Dedelstorf (in the north), Groß Oesingen (in the south) is also part of the unit. In the east of the unit, which is also shown on maps as Oerreler Heide, lies the 214 hectare nature reserve Rössenbergheide-Külsenmoor , which is directly connected to the NSGe Niederungsbereich Oerrelbach (134 hectares) and Heiliger Hain (41 hectares) to the south . The Külsenmoor, which occupies the smaller eastern part of the first-mentioned NSG, already belongs to the natural area of ​​the Südheidemoore .

South of the two sand and heather areas are several ground moraine islands that z. T. are subdivided by talings. The westernmost of these are the Arloh sand plates (641.21), commonly known as the Arloh , the peninsula-like between the Örtze-Urstromtal (641.17) in the north-west, the Allerniederungen (627/626) in the south and the Habighorster lowlands (641.22, see below) in the east protrude southwest to Celle. Only at Rebberlah , today a district of Eschede, does it have a bridge to the Starkshorner Sander. On the Winterberg in the north east and on the Osterberg in the south east, near Garßen , it reaches 75  m above sea level. NHN . The Celle-Arloh airfield is located in the south of the Arloh, which is no longer in the nature park .

The north of the Habighorster lowlands (641.22) is traversed in a north-west-south-east direction by the Quarmbach, which flows to the Aschau in the east, at Habighorst . The south is occupied by moor areas, including the nature reserves Breites Moor (122 ha) and Hoppenriethe (21 ha).

The Escheder Geest (641.23) stretches from the lowlands to the valley of Lutter and Unterer Lachte between Marwede in the northeast and Lachendorf in the south . Eschede is in the northwest and Höfer in the central west; west of both places there is a small part of the natural area also west of the Aschau. To the north of Endeholz , at the interface with the Starkshorner Sander and already in the nature park, 84  m are reached, at the central Aschenberg it is almost 80  m .

The most fertile part of the Steinhorst sand and clay area is the Ahnsbeck Lehmgeest (641.24) with Ahnsbeck in the southwest, better known as the Schmarloh , which has been used for agriculture since ancient times. It ends in the southeast roughly at the valley of the Wiehe , which drains to the narrow water ; its northeast border follows, from the Lutter over the Lachte to the Wiehe, roughly the line Bargfeld – Steinhorst – Groß Oesingen. The highest elevation after this border would be the Thornberg ( 78  m ) north of the hamlet of Zahrenholz . According to the demarcation on the Salzwedel sheet, marked here as “not linearly definable”, which roughly follows the eastern boundary of the Celle district with the Gifhorn district, this, like the Jahrnsloh-Berg further south, would already be outside. Over 75  m are also reached west of the Thornberg and the Sothbach flanking it and forming the district boundary here , northeast of the hamlet of Grebshorn .

The most south-easterly of the ground moraine plates is the Ringelahsheide (641.25), which, like the Arloh, extends like a peninsula between depression landscapes to the south. To the west and south it borders on parts of the Upper Allern lowlands and to the east on the southern heather moors. It is almost completely reforested with pine trees, only the southeast with the suburbs of Gifhorn has been cleared. The height differences are small; 68  m are reached on the Ahnsberg near Pollhöfen in the extreme north , at Wagenhoff in the east it is over 65  m in various places and on Krähen - and Bärenberg in the extreme southeast near Wilsche it is 62  m each .

Südheidemoore and Gose-Ise sand plain

Peat extraction area in the Great Moor
The Ise near Neudorf-Platendorf

To the east of the Hohe Heide, the watershed between Elbe or Ilmenau and Aller or Ise is conspicuously low near the border of two districts in Lower Saxony; the Uelzen basin in the Uelzen district around Uelzen on the Elbe side merges south into the basin landscape around Lüder and is connected to the basin-like landscape around Wittingen in the Gifhorn district at the watershed by a narrow corridor north of Gannerwinkel . through two broad valleys, one south-south-west and one south-south-east facing, the connection to the glacial valley of the Aller. The Elbe Lateral Canal uses this series of depressions and passes the watershed at a height of only 65.2  m above sea level. NHN to get to the Mittelland Canal , parallel to the Ise, over the south-south-western arm . No further lock is necessary to the south of the Uelzen lock , which raised the canal by 42  m . The canal runs parallel to the Ise to the east and uses elevated areas towards the Aller; The Aller east of Gifhorn is crossed with an altitude difference of around 12 m.

The northern part of the more western depression. the Gose-Ise sand plain (641.4) has its base immediately southeast of the Bokeler Sanders (640.12) on the northeastern edge of the Lüß , Hohe Heide, around Bokel and southeast of the basin-like Lüder Geest (642.50) on the southwestern edge of the East Hanoverian gravel moraine , Ostheide. Here is the 834 hectare nature reserve Schweimker Moor and Lüderbruch . This moor primarily feeds the Gose , which flows to the Ise , but also some of the tributaries of the floodplain , the source stream of the Ilmenau. The altitude is mainly between 70 and 72  m . The sand plain follows the Gose to the southeast and, from the mouth, the Ise on both sides to the south to Schönewörde . West of the Ise is the quarry forest Emmerholz , southeast of Emmern , which is replaced to the south by the Emmerleu ; east of the Ise opposite the Emmerleu is the Kiekenholz . The southernmost part of the quarry forest area is formed by the Espenleu south of Schöneword and east of the Ise.

To the west of Emmerholz and -leu lies the Oerreler Moor (642.32), whose small southwestern part Külsenmoor takes up the smaller eastern part of the NSG Rössenbergheide-Külsenmoor . The Oerreler Moor is connected to the other large moors via the Iseniederung; Also to the west of the Ise is the Hestenmoor , which borders directly to the West on the Ringelahsheide near Wagenhoff and, together with the lowland and the Bösebruch (195 hectare NSG northeast of the moor ), occupies the Iseniederung -Hestenmoor (641.31) natural area.

The actual core area of ​​the Südheidemoore, however, is the Neudorf-Platendorfer Moor (641.30), which is better known today as the Great Moor . The 2720 hectare north-northeast half is designated as a nature reserve, in the unprotected part are Platendorf and Neudorf .

Southern Ostheide

The Bickelstein in the clearing of a slight hill in the Malloh
NSG Mittlere Ohreaue (left) near Wendischbrome , right: NSG Ohreaue

The southeast of the Lüneburger Heide, which lies almost entirely in the Lower Saxony district of Gifhorn , between the area around Wittingen in the north and the independent city of Wolfsburg in the south, was assigned to the main unit Ostheide (642) in the handbook of the natural division of Germany and the refining sheet of Salzwedel . Its drainage to the Aller as well as its landscaping speak in favor of placing it on the Südheide. In its center it has raised terminal moraine remains, but those that are more on the line of the Hohe Heide (640) and are separated from them by the depression of the Südheidemoore; this landscape does not extend as far to the north as the Gose-Ise sand plain, which is already in the rain shadow of the Hohe Heide.

The basin-like Wittingen Flottsandgebiet (642.4) around Wittingen, in the north of the southern Ostheide, is one of the most fertile landscapes far and wide and has been largely cleared for agricultural use. The area is drained to the southwest via the Fulau and Isebeck streams , then to the south via the Ise .

The Knesebeck-Bromer Moraine Plate (642.2) connects to the south of the Flottsandgebiet . Its main part is the Knesebecker Forst (642.20) known as Malloh with Knesebeck in the northwest, Radenbeck in the east and Ehra-Lessien in the south; the Wittingen districts of Teschendorf , Schneflingen and Boitzenhagen are in the eastern part of the interior, to the west the Elbe canal frames the ridge. At the VW test site Ehra-Lessien , which divides the forest area in a north-northwest-south-southeast direction, the terminal moraine 115  m above sea level is in the north . Reached NHN . The south-eastern part of the forest with pines is named as Bickelsteiner Heide after the famous boulder Bickelstein . The north of the ridge is drained by the Knesebach .

The Bromer Geest (642.21), an almost unbewaldeter southeastern foothills of Malloh between Tülau the west and Brome in the Northeast reached in its far east, on Hilgenberg south Steimkes , 97.2  m . The Ehraer Moorniederung (642.1) connects to the southwest of this and to the south of the Malloh , the southwest of which, the Vogelmoor , is a nature reserve covering 129 hectares. Flanked to the southeast is the Kleine Aller , which rises on the saddle between Malloh and Bromer Geest.

The southern end of the landscape is formed by the Jembke-Vorsfelder sand plates (642.0) with the Boldecker Land (642.00) in the west and the Vorsfelder Werder in the east, separated by the Kleine Aller. The Boldecker Land reaches 102  m at the Hohen Berg in the east, at Barwedel , but otherwise remains below 75  m ; the NSG Derenmoor in the west occupies 81 hectares. The Vorsfelder Werder, also: The Werder , reaches 81  m in the south and at the same time in the north of the urban area of ​​Wolfsburg . Today's Wolfsburg district of Vorsfelde is located southeast of it, at the southernmost point of the hill and at the same time the entire Lüneburg Heath. Immediately to the south of this point, the Obere Allerniederung merges into the Drömling , which also borders the Werder and Bromer Geest to the west.

The Ohre , which flows southeast to the Elbe, is almost opposite to the Aller and reaches the Drömling via the Ohretal (642.4), which stretches from the extreme east of the Wittingen Flottsand area to the southeast and also sharply delimits the Knesebeck-Bromer moraine plates to the east. The Waddekather Grenzgraben has connected the upper Ohre along the state border to the Altmarkkreis Salzwedel in Saxony-Anhalt with the upper Ise near Lüben since the times of divided Germany . The border area is partly forested; On the Saxony-Anhalter side is the 673 ha, two-part NSG Ohreaue , on the Lower Saxony side the significantly smaller NSG Mittlere Ohreaue with 84 ha .


The following right tributaries flow from the Südheide to the Aller , downwards, from northwest to southeast and within a river system in a clockwise direction, with tributaries in brackets:

The eastern border brook Ohre , which drains to the southeast towards the Elbe, does not contribute significantly to the drainage of the Südheide.

Individual evidence

  1. Law on the new formation of the community Südheide, district of Celle, from May 15, 2014 . In: Niedersächsisches Gesetz- und Verordnungsblatt 5321 of May 28, 2014, Lower Saxony State Chancellery, Hanover 2014, p. 142
  2. ^ Emil Meynen , Josef Schmithüsen et al .: Handbook of the natural spatial structure of Germany . Federal Institute for Regional Studies, Remagen / Bad Godesberg 1953–1962 (9 deliveries in 8 books, updated map 1: 1,000,000 with main units 1960)
  3. ^ A b c Sofie Meisel: Geographical land survey: The natural spatial units on sheet 57 Hamburg-Süd . Federal Institute for Regional Studies, Bad Godesberg 1964. → Online map (PDF; 4.4 MB)
  4. a b c d Sofie Meisel: Geographical Land Survey: The natural spatial units on sheet 73 Celle . Federal Institute for Regional Studies, Bad Godesberg 1959. → Online map (PDF; 3.9 MB)
  5. a b c d Wolfgang Meibeyer : Geographical land survey: The natural spatial units on sheet 74 Salzwedel. Federal Institute for Regional Studies, Bad Godesberg 1970. → Online map (PDF; 4.7 MB)
  6. a b Theodor Müller : Geographical Land Survey: The natural spatial units on sheet 87 Braunschweig . Federal Institute for Regional Studies, Bad Godesberg 1962. → Online map (PDF; 4.8 MB) - only marginal portions
  7. See notes on the individual numbers!
  8. a b c d e BfN landscape profiles for 641: Walsroder Lehmgeest ( Memento of the original from March 16, 2014 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was automatically inserted and not yet checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. (641.0, 641.13), Hermannsburger Sandgeest (misleading: "Südheide") ( Memento of the original from March 16, 2014 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. (641.1 without 641.13), Steinhorster sand and clay area ("Schmarloh") ( Memento of the original from March 16, 2014 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was automatically inserted and not yet checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. (641.2), Südheidemoore and Gose-Ise-Sandebene ("Südheider Moore") ( Memento of the original from March 16, 2014 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. (641.3 / 4) @1@ 2Template: Webachiv / IABot / www.bfn.de @1@ 2Template: Webachiv / IABot / www.bfn.de @1@ 2Template: Webachiv / IABot / www.bfn.de @1@ 2Template: Webachiv / IABot / www.bfn.de
  9. The deviation from the BfN value (652 km²) comes from the fact that BfN includes the majority of the Schneverdingen terminal moraine.
  10. (Sheet Celle: Hermannsburger Sand-Geest , the younger sheet Hamburg-Süd by the same author without hyphen)
  11. The difference to the 1060 km² of the BfN is due to the fact that 130 km² were added to the Schneverdinger terminal moraine, but 110 km² of the Lüss plateau were subtracted.
  12. a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Polygon measurement according to the course on the individual sheets
  13. (Sheet Hamburg Süd; the older sheet Celle by the same author: Harber Endmoräne )
  14. (Sheet Celle with a hyphen between the two words, the younger sheet Hamburg-Süd by the same author without)
  15. ^ Name of sheet Salzwedel (1970); Blatt Celle (1959) designated 641.2 as Sprakensehler sand and clay area ; however, Sprakensehl is on the Salzwedel leaf and clearly outside of 641.2 in Lüß.
  16. The difference to the 645 km² of the BfN is due to the fact that BfN counts parts of the Lüß (including the Eicksberg), but on the other hand not even larger parts in the east of 641.2.
  17. The difference to the 321 km² of the BfN ust is due to the areas west of the actual moors that BfN includes.
  18. The sum of the individual measurements with 555 km² gives practically the same result as the individual measurement (560 km²).
  19. a b c d e Map services of the Federal Agency for Nature Conservation ( information )
  20. Nördlicher Malloh on DTG 50 ( memento of the original from June 26, 2015 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. @1@ 2Template: Webachiv / IABot / navigator.visbek.nolis18.nol-is.de

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