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Sculpture Kleine Nienburgerin

Short facts

  • Nienburg (Weser)

Symbol and advertising figure of the city of Nienburg / Weser

The song "Ich bin die kleine Nienburgerin" was a popular folk song at the beginning of the last century. A competition was announced to mark the 950th anniversary of Nienburg. Four years later, the 1.65 meter high and four hundred pound figure was presented. (Artist: Marianne Bleeke-Ehret from Herford)

Poststraße

31582 Nienburg (Weser)

Deutschland


Phone: +49 5021 / 917630

Fax: +49 5021 / 91740

E-mail:

Website: www.mittelweser-tourismus.de/poi/skulptur-kleine-nienburgerin

General information

Directions

In the city center behind the parish church of St. Martin.

 

Sufficient signposted parking spaces are available in the city center.


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