Concept

Soltau

Summary
Soltau (ˈzɔltaʊ) is a mid-sized town in the Lüneburg Heath in the district of Heidekreis, in Lower Saxony, Germany. It has around 22,000 inhabitants. The city is centrally located in the Lüneburg Heath and is known nationwide especially for its tourist attractions like the Heide-Park and the Soltau-Therme. Etymology The name Soltau comes from Solt (salt) and au (meadow). Geography Location Soltau lies between Bremen, Hamburg and Hanover in the Lüneburg Heath on the river Böhme. Subdivisions The municipality of Soltau has 16 Stadtteile (population in brackets as at 1 July 2003):

Ahlften (513)

Brock (158)

Deimern (198)

Dittmern (783)

Harber (1,291)

Hötzingen (332)

Leitzingen (62)

Marbostel (112)

Meinern (320)

Mittelstendorf (160)

Moide (39)

Oeningen (149)

Tetendorf (202)

Wiedingen (142)

Woltem (307)

Wolterdingen (1,012)

Climate History Middle Ages The region of the Lüneburg
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