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Holzminden (district)

Holzminden is a Kreis (district) in the southeastern part of Lower Saxony, Germany. Area 692 km², population 81,100 (2001). The capital of the district is Holzminden[?].

The district is located in the Weserbergland[?] mountains, roughly between Hamelin and Göttingen. The Weser river forms the western border of the district.

Towns in the district: Holzminden[?], Stadtoldendorf[?], Bodenwerder[?].

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