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Westerstede

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Westerstede is the capital of the Ammerland district, in Lower Saxony, Germany. It is situated approximately 25 km northwest of Oldenburg.It is known for hosting the Rhodo Festival, the biggest exhibition of rhododendrons in Europe. The festival is hosted every four years.MayorThe mayor of Westerstede is since 2006 Klaus Groß . He was reelected in 2014.Notable people Eilhardus Lubinus (1565-1621), professor of poetics, theology, mathematics, geography, and Rector of the University of Rostock Friedrich Tietjen (1834-1895), astronomer Wolfgang Hackbusch (born 1948), mathematician Bruno Steinhoff (born 1937), billionaire businessman, founder of Steinhoff International
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