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Nindorf 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 lies about 4 kilometres northwest of Bergen on the B 3 federal road and currently has 225 inhabitants.
Nindorf was originally mentioned in 1197 under the name of villa Nendorpe. It is also responsible for Widdernhausen. The village lies on the K 12 district road , that runs from Bergen to Wietzendorf. Today it consists of a mixture of original farmsteads, some with old Treppenspeicher barns, but also modern farmhouses.


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