Oldenburg (German pronunciation: [ˈɔldn̩bʊʁk] ( listen)) is an independent city in the district of Oldenburg in the state of Lower Saxony, Germany. The city is officially named Oldenburg (Oldb) (Oldenburg in Oldenburg) to distinguish from Oldenburg in Holstein.
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While the sturdy fortifications of the city previously did not permit the creation of state gardens in Oldenburg, at the beginning of the 19th century Duke Peter Friedrich Ludwig started creating grand palace gardens close to the historical walls and the ducal residence. Designed in keeping with the natural English style, the palace gardens, which extend over 16 hectares, have retained their picturesque atmosphere with natural planting and winding watercourses and paths. Garden and nature enthusiasts are especially in their element when the rhododendrons, which are typical for this region, are in bloom, and Oldenburg boasts the oldest rhododendrons of their kind in Germany.
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1635 Count Anton Günther built a town hall in renaissance style. In 1886 the townhall in Renaissance style was torn dow and a new town hall was built at the same locationwith neo-Gothic and neo-renaissance style elements.
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The church was being built between 1155 and 1234 and it had to undergo a lot of modifications. In 1790 it was completely transformed into the current rotunda stylebasilica, based on the Pantheon in Rome.
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The belfry survived the fire in 1676 unscathed. However, the hospital which belonged to the tower was destroyed within the re. The Lappan received its roof in 1709 and is now green due to copper.
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For more than 18 years Luigi Simeoni and his family have been producing the finest wines, oils, salts and other Italian delicacies. They all follow the philosophy of the region around Lake Garda. The plants and the soil are handmade and cared for by the Garda Gourmet family. All products come from the region of Lake Garda and are fully bound to its tradition. According to the motto "All natural" only natural, organic fertilizer is used.
Try this cozy winebar placed direct in the surrounding of the town hall and the St. Lamberti Church (Please take a look inside the church and be surprised). The wine bar is owned by Luigi Simeoni who is a really nice Italian wine maker. Try a glass of his own wines or one of the others selected by Luigi. Don’t expect a price like the wine of the house in an ordinary restaurant. Here you get high quality at a fair price. Please take a selection of ham, cheese and focaccia. Everything fresh and extremely tasty. You can’t stop again. She service is friendly and Luigi are very familiar with his guests.
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