Sülbeck is one of the oldest villages in the city of Einbeck, district Northeim. The development of the village is connected to the saline springs. These were used to produce brine and salt for some hundred years.
Sülbeck lies in southern Lower Saxony between the Harz and Solling Mountains. It is located 1 km west of the river Leine, at the western edge of the Leinegraben in the Leine Uplands. The village is immediately west of the nature reserve that is located in the flood retention basin Salzderhelden.
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