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➟   Holiday home near the Gut Altenkamp
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Holiday home near the Gut Altenkamp

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Impressions from the neighborhood

Gut Altenkamp

Gut Altenkamp is a former estate in Papenburg. The Haus Altenkamp and the park were designed by the architect Peter Pictorius the Younger at the beginning of the 18th century and are surrounded by a forest.

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At the Ems

The Ems is a river in northwestern Germany. It runs through the states of North Rhine-Westphalia and Lower Saxony, and discharges into the Dollart Bay which is part of the Wadden Sea. Its total length is 225.2 miles.

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Aschendorf is a district of the Emsland town of Papenburg and one of the oldest towns in Lower Saxony. In the about 32 km² large and located on the Ems district live almost 8,000 inhabitants.

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Papenburg is a city in the district of Emsland in Lower Saxony, Germany, situated at the river Ems. It is known for its large shipyard, the Meyer-Werft, which specializes in building cruise liners. Papenburg is subdivided into 6 urban districts, Papenburg-Untenende, Papenburg-Obenende, Herbrum, Tunxdorf-Nenndorf, Aschendorf and Bokel.

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Leer in Ostfriesland

With over 34,000 inhabitants, Leer is the third largest city in Ostfriesland after Emden and Aurich and is considered the most important shopping city. The old town is considered the most "valuable" in the region due to the good condition of its historic houses. Four castles, numerous town houses and churches from several centuries can be found in the city.

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Sögel is a municipality in the district of Emsland, covers an area of 55.2 km ² and has about 7500 inhabitants. The ancient settlement was first mentioned in 1000 in the register of the Corvey monastery. Today it is a state-approved resort and is valued by locals for its idyllic location on the Hümmling. Sögel is surrounded by forest and offers both recreation seekers and athletes a wide range. Of national importance is the baroque castle complex Clemenswerth.

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