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Undeloh

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  • Moni Böger

    There is always something going on here. There are carriages everywhere. Hikers and cyclists everywhere. Here you can borrow bikes.

    Many restaurants and coffees invite you to rest ...

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    • June 26, 2016

  • JR56

    On gently curving sandy paths through a purple sea of flowers, past gnarled oaks, striking juniper bushes and filigree birches ... The landscape of the Lüneburg Heath is fascinatingly beautiful. And in the middle of the nature park, on the largest contiguous heathland in Central Europe, lies the small town of Undeloh. Hotels, restaurants, cafes, guest houses and holiday apartments warmly welcome guests.
    The Lüneburg Heath Nature Park is ideal for exploring from Undeloh. Thematic hiking and biking trails invite you to relaxing and informative tours.
    lueneburgerheide.de/heidedoerfer/undeloh

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    • May 20, 2020

  • JR56

    The beautiful little St. Magdalen church (19.30 mx 8.60 m) in Undeloh is named after Maria Magdalena, one of the first disciples of Jesus. It presents itself to the viewer as one of the most typical and oldest small heather churches.The first documentary mention of the place was before 1188. The church was probably also built around this time.Like all churches, the St. Magdalene is easted, which means that it was built with the altar to the east, but it deviates by 7 degrees to the south.
    The location of the church entrance in the north is special. In other churches this is usually in the west. The descending entrance levels are due to the fact that the outside level has increased over time.
    The church originally consisted entirely of field stones (wall thickness 90-100 cm) and had a round choir on the east side. Due to the destruction in the Thirty Years' War, the choir was replaced by a new one made of half-timbering and bricks.The altar base is made of field stones. He wears the one-piece altar plate drawn with five crosses.The wooden bell tower is separate and free. At 8 meters it is higher than the church. Therefore the weathercock adorns him. There are 3 bells from 1490, 1508 and. 1974, which rings at 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. with 9 strikes each for prayer, the bells also ring at 12 noon at noon. Until 1986, some of these were still ringed by hand. The tower clock (around 1920) is mechanical, it has to be wound up every 3 days.lueneburger-heide.de/service/sehenswuerdigkeit/1051/kirche-undeloh.html

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    • May 19, 2020

  • JR56

    In the Heide-ErlebnisZentrum Undeloh, extensive knowledge about the Lüneburg Heath is vividly conveyed and there is something for everyone to discover.
    Starting with burial mounds, which are evidence of the human settlement of the Lüneburg Heath in the past. This can be explored from the inside, for example. By opening the secret doors in the form of boulders, you discover exciting information on the subject of "man and stone".
    You will learn how these graves were constructed, what grave goods were there and the looting of the graves will also be an issue.
    It is shown that the heather plant was already in our region in the early days. You found heath plagues during excavations on and under the historical graves.
    The way of life and work of the old heath peasants is also thematized and illustrated, which is why their economy was distinguished.
    All of this and much more is clearly demonstrated, among other things. through historical photographs and films on a wide variety of topics such as heather care measures or modern forestry, with special attention to nature and species protection.
    The Heide-ErlebnisZentrum is open every day and admission is free!
    There is a cafeteria with regional products such as heather bratwurst or heather potatoes as well as specialty coffees or a cool apple juice from the historic orchard of the VNP Foundation for Nature Conservation.lueneburger-heide.de/natur/attraktion/3605/heide-erlebnis-zentrum-undeloh.html

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    • May 20, 2020

  • Der Heidjer Radler

    The place is located in the middle of the nature reserve Lüneburg Heath. In the center you can find the church of St. Magdalena. It was built in 1189 and is one of the most beautiful pagan churches with the belfry standing apart. During the summer months, concerts are held here. In the village are worth seeing thatched thatched half-timbered houses

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    • April 15, 2016

  • Outside

    The heath adventure center in Undeloh makes the heath landscape comprehensible.
    A visit is worth the whole year, in any weather -
    because here you get the key to the heathen.
    heide-erlebniszentrum.de

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    • December 10, 2016

  • Sachsen Onkel

    Very busy little town, with opportunities for rest, also suitable as a starting point for tours.

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    • August 15, 2018

  • Der Heidjer Radler

    St. Magdalen
    For the first time, the beautiful old pagan church was mentioned for the first time in 1244. The chronologically next document from 1369 shows that there was a rector in Undeloh and that the church had full parishes. The church became the center of a parish with eight villages: Ollsen, Undeloh, Wehlen, Wesel, the courts Meningen and Thonhof and the forester Heimbuch.
    In the wooden bell tower, which stands free next to the church nave, the larger prayer bell comes from the Middle Ages. It was cast in 1490, another smaller bell in 1508. In 1974, the "Christ" bell was added.
    Particularly noteworthy is the wooden crucifix, which probably dates from the 13th century and thus is the oldest witness of Christian art in the church Winsen. The altar was built in 1656/57 and was restored in 1985

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    • February 11, 2018

  • Hohnebostel 🚔👮🏻‍♂️🕵️‍♂️

    Nice, small heather with atmosphere

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    • February 13, 2018

  • Hendrik Heuer

    For the season, the place especially on Sundays to avoid, as completely overcrowded.

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    • February 17, 2019

  • Der Heidjer Radler

    Undeloh - St. Magdalen Church
    The place is located in the middle of the nature reserve Lüneburg Heath. In the center you can find the church of St. Magdalena. It was built in 1189 and is one of the most beautiful Heath churches with the detached bell tower. In the summer months concerts are held here. In the village are worth seeing thatched timbered houses.
    St. Magdalen
    For the first time, the beautiful old pagan church was first documented in 1244. The chronologically next document of 1369 shows that there was a rector in Undeloh and that the church had full parishes. The church became the center of a parish with eight villages: Ollsen, Undeloh, Wehlen, Wesel, the courts Meningen and Thonhof and the forester Heimbuch.
    In the wooden belfry, which stands free next to the church nave, the larger prayer bell comes from the Middle Ages. It was cast in 1490, another smaller bell 1508. In 1974, the "Christ" bell was added.
    Particularly noteworthy is the wooden crucifix, which probably dates from the 13th century and thus is the oldest testimony of Christian art in the church Winsen. The altar was built in 1656/57 and was restored in 1985

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    • April 20, 2019

  • Armin

    Undeloh is a charming village with many old and historic buildings. Undeloh is adjacent to the nature reserve Lüneburg Heath and offers many tourist attractions to the Heideblüte. Great village worth seeing.

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    • July 2, 2019

  • Touring Olli

    Tourist somewhat overcrowded, but from there go the carriage rides through the heath.

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    • July 20, 2019

  • Oliver

    The museum in the village is recommended. The place itself is nice but it is an absolute tourist magnet and accordingly full.

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    • September 27, 2019

  • SH

    A beautiful old heath village

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    • October 19, 2019

  • Paolo

    If you love crowds, definitely. Otherwise the carriages drive from here into the heath

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    • June 1, 2020

  • Paolo

    For people who want to take a carriage ride through the Lüneburg Heath or just take a walk here is the right starting point

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    • August 30, 2020

  • Ulli 🔸🚴🔸👣

    From here wonderful carriage rides ...

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    • July 28, 2020

  • Sonja

    The buckwheat cake is just delicious :)

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    • August 10, 2020

  • Hardy Meyer

    Undeloh is a very beautiful heather town. There are plenty of horse-drawn carriages here, with which one can comfortably explore the heathland.

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    • August 30, 2020

  • Ulli 🔸🚴🔸👣

    Iconic village worth visiting ...

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    • July 28, 2020

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Location: Undeloh, Harburg, Lüneburg Heath, Lower Saxony, Germany

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