Hagen is a village administered by the Lower Saxon town of Bergen in the northern part of Celle district on the Lüneburg Heath in North Germany. It has 146 inhabitants.
Hagen was first mentioned in the records in 1371 under the name of Hagene. Unlike the surrounding heathland villages its population has remained relatively constant in the last two centuries; only after the Second World War did numbers jump as a result of the influx of refugees. But they sank again in the years that followed to pre-war levels.
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