Lower Saxony
Celle
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Celle The Essential
Recommended
From 1378 to 1705, Celle was the residence of the Lüneburg branch of the Guelph dukes, banished from their original ducal seat by emancipated burghers. Celle retains the air of an aristocratic retreat with its well preserved town centre featuring 16C, 17C and 18C half-timbered houses. The town is associated with the lives of three women, the Three Ladies of Celle : Eléonore d'Olbreuse, a beautiful Huguenot from Poitou, her daughter Sophia-Dorothy, and Caroline Matilda of England.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Celle
Old Town
Old Town
The distinguishing feature of the half
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Church
Church
This church, originally Gothic in style,
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Musée Bomann (Bomann-Museum)
Musée Bomann (Bomann-Museum)
This museum evokes everyday life and
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Celle Castle
Celle Castle
This rectangular fortress is flanked by
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Celle Town Hall
Celle Town Hall
The Town Hall, with its light roughcast
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