Cloppenburg is a district in Lower Saxony, Germany. It is bounded by the districts of Ammerland, Oldenburg, Vechta, Osnabrück, Emsland and Leer.
Cloppenburg ) is a town in Lower Saxony, Germany, capital of Cloppenburg District and part of Oldenburg Münsterland. It lies 38 km south-south-west of Oldenburg in the Weser-Ems region between Bremen and the Dutch border.
The Peheim transmitter is a facility of Deutsche Telekom AG used for FM and TV transmission. It is located northeast of Peheim at 52°53'17" N, 7°50'59" E. The transmitter, which is often incorrectly referred to as the Cloppenburg transmitter, consists of a 220-metre-tall guyed lattice steel mast, which is guyed in four levels.
The Cloppenburg Geest is a geest region near the town of Cloppenburg in North Germany and the centre of the Saalian glaciation Upper Pleistocene terrain of the Ems-Hunte Geest region. The meltwater sands (Schmelzwassersande) of the advancing ice sheet covered the old terrain with outwash sands (Vorschüttsande).
The Cloppenburg Museum Village and Lower Saxon Open-Air Museum located in the Lower Saxon county town of Cloppenburg is the oldest museum village in Germany. The museum is a research and educational establishment specializing in cultural and rural history.The Lower Saxon Open-Air Museum is a non-profit organisation.
Cloppenburg – Vechta is one of the 299 single member constituencies used for the German parliament, the Bundestag. Located in Lower Saxony, the district was created for the 1949 election, the first election in West Germany after World War II. It elects one representative under the mixed member proportional representation system.