From a fortress to the Übermorgenstadt: The history of the City of Oldenburg

The earliest traces of human activity in the Oldenburg region were found to the west of the city in Bloherfelde when the State Office for the Preservation of Historical Monuments of Lower Saxony discovered around 40 fireplaces from the Mesolithic Age – between 8,500 and 4,000 B.C. more »

Get to know Oldenburg!

Geographical position: 53 degrees 8 minutes north, 8 degrees 13 minutes east; total area: 102,974,808 in m²; Population total 31 December 2010: 162,173. more »