Lower Saxony

Lower Saxony is a federal state in northwestern . It is the second largest state by area and fourth largest by population among the country's sixteen states.

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is the capital of in . built a huge exhibition complex for the World Expo in 2000 and has been host to several of the biggest exhibitions in the world.

is an historic town in the in .

is a city of around 250,500 people in the federal-state of , .

is a medieval town in and serves as a regional hub to the wider .


The is an extensive region of heath and farmland in the state of which has become a popular holiday and excursion destination.

Southern contains the hilly and mountainous parts of this state, namely the Upper mountains, Weser and Leine Uplands with their respective foothills and valleys as well as the Western portion of the Eichsfeld region.

is in . This region is largely rural and pretty "off the beaten track".

is in . The main motorways in the region are A27 and A1.

Lower Saxony

Other Names for Lower Saxony

  • Afrikaans: Nedersakse
  • Albanian: Saksonia e Ulët
  • Arabic: سكسونيا السفلى
  • Basque: Saxonia Beherea
  • Belarusian: Ніжняя Саксонія
  • Bengali: নিডারজাখসেন
  • Breton: Saks-Izel
  • Bulgarian: Долна Саксония
  • Central Kurdish: ساکسۆنیای خواروو
  • Chinese: 下萨克森
  • Croatian: Donja Saska
  • Czech: Dolní Sasko
  • Dutch: Nedersaksen
  • English: State of Lower Saxony
  • Esperanto: Malsupra Saksio
  • Estonian: Alam-Saksi
  • Finnish: Ala-Saksi
  • French: Basse-Saxe
  • Georgian: ქვემო საქსონია
  • German: Britisch Niedersachsen
  • German: Land Niedersachsen
  • German: Niedersachsen
  • Greek: Κάτω Σαξονία
  • Gronings: Leegsaksen
  • Guarani: Guy Sahoña
  • Hakka Chinese: Hâ Saxony
  • Hebrew: סקסוניה התחתונה
  • Hindi: निचला सैक्सोनी
  • Hungarian: Alsó-Szászország
  • Icelandic: Neðra-Saxland
  • Ido: Infra-Saxonia
  • Irish: An tSacsain Íochtarach
  • Italian: Bassa Sassonia
  • Japanese: ニーダーザクセン州
  • Kazakh: Төменгі Саксония
  • Korean: 니더작센 주
  • Kölsch: Needersachse
  • Latin: Saxonia Inferior
  • Latvian: Lejassaksija
  • Lithuanian: Žemutinė Saksonija
  • Low German: Land Neddersassen
  • Low German: Neddersassen
  • Low German: Nedderſaſſen
  • Low German: Neersassen
  • Lower Sorbian: Dolnosakska
  • Luxembourgish: Niddersachsen
  • Malay (macrolanguage): Sachsen Hilir
  • Marathi: नीडरजाक्सन
  • Mongolian: Доор Саксон
  • Nahuatl languages: Tlani Saxonia
  • Northern Frisian: Niidersaksen
  • Old English (ca. 450-1100): Niðerseaxland
  • Ossetian: Дæллаг Саксони
  • Persian: نیدرزاکسن
  • Pfaelzisch: Nidasaksä
  • Polish: Dolna Saksonia
  • Portuguese: Baixa Saxônia
  • Romanian: Saxonia Inferioară
  • Russian: Нижняя Саксония
  • Saterfriesisch: Lound Läichsaksen
  • Saterfriesisch: Läichsaksen
  • Scots: Lawer Saxony
  • Scottish Gaelic: Sagsainn Ìosail
  • Serbian: Доња Саксонија
  • Serbo-Croatian: Donja Saska
  • Serbo-Croatian: Niedersachsen
  • Slovak: Dolné Sasko
  • Slovenian: Spodnja Saška
  • Spanish: Baja Sajonia
  • Spanish: Niedersachsen
  • Swahili (macrolanguage): Saksonia Chini
  • Thai: รัฐนีเดอร์ซัคเซิน
  • Turkish: Aşağı Saksonya
  • Twents: Neersassen
  • Ukrainian: Нижня Саксонія
  • Upper Sorbian: Delnja Sakska
  • Urdu: نیدرزاکسن
  • Uzbek: Quyi Saksoniya
  • Venetian: Sassonia Bassa
  • Volapük: Dona-Saxän
  • Western Frisian: Nedersaksen
  • Western Panjabi: تھلواں سیکسنی
  • Yiddish: אונטער-זאקסן
  • Yue Chinese: 下薩克遜
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