Bad Lauterberg

Bad Lauterberg is a town in the district of Osterode, in Lower Saxony, Germany. It is situated in the southern Harz, approx. 15 km southwest of Braunlage, and 20 km southeast of Osterode am Harz.

Bad Lauterberg is known inter alia for the liqueurs, Schierker Feuerstein and Harzer Grubenlicht, which are both manufactured and bottled here.

Bad Lauterberg was the birthplace (1879) of the Polar explorer Alfred Ritscher.

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South Harz Railway - History
... Passenger services on the last section to Bad Lauterberg were closed on 12 December 2004 ... closed and it was replaced from the timetable change on 11 December 2005 with a new halt called Bad Lauterberg im Harz–Barbis ... east and is somewhat closer to the former Bad Lauterberg station than Scharzfeld station was ...
Bad Lauterberg - Politics - City Council
... SPD 10 seats CDU 8 seats BI (Bürgerinitiative Bad Lauterberg e.V.) 3 seats Bündnis 90/Die Grünen 1 seat FDP 1 seat NPD 1 seat City Council after the local elections on September 11, 2011 SPD 9 seats CDU 9 seats ...

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