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Oldenburg is an independent city in Lower Saxony, Germany. It is situated in the western part of the state between the cities of Bremen and Groningen, Netherlands, at the Hunte river. It has a population of 157,868 as of 2004 census, which makes it the fourth biggest area in Lower Saxony after Hanover, Brunswick and Osnabruck. It covers an area of 102.96 square kilometers with a population density of 1,538 persons per square kilometers. It is 5 meters above the mean sea level.
In German, the city is known officially as Oldenburg or Oldb to distinguish it from Oldenburg, Schleswig-Holstein. The city center of Oldenburg is surrounded by a ring of highways consisting of A28, A29 and A293. Oldenburg is part of the railroad connections between Norddeich-Leer-Oldenburg-Bremen and Wilhelmshaven-Oldenburg-Osnabruck. There is an intercity railroad connections to Berlin, Leipzig and Dresden and an intercity express connection to Frankfurt exist.
Oldenburg, justifiably so, enjoys a very positive reputation with worldwide travelers, and is one of the most visited place. It is also said the place of best geographical environment and can trace its origin back to prehistoric times. Presently, Oldenburg experiences a sharp social, economic and population growth derivative of the strategic position of the locality and the high level of well-being and quality of life that is enjoyed with respect to other places of Germany.

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