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Celle is a German town located in the state of Lower Saxony. It is the capital of the district of Celle. It is divided into seventeen districts and spreads over sixty seven square miles at a height of one hundred and thirty feet. It is home to the oldest theatre in Germany whose events are definitely a must see live through Celle tickets. It is also home to a number of places such as museums and parks as well as venues where live concerts and dance events take place day in and day out.
Celle is located next to the River Aller. It is home to a renaissance age castle, the Schloss Celle and an old town centre known as the Altstaadt, which contains more than four hundred timber framed houses. This makes Celle as one of the most amazing cities in the famous German Timber Frame Road. As part of the glacial valley of the Aller River, it is home to spectacular scenery and sights. It is also the second largest town in Lower Saxon and thus a hotspot for residents of other towns and villages near it, in terms of economy and entertainment. It also has a spectacular climate that places it in the middle of Germany with rain evenly spread out over the year. It is home to seventeen municipalities including Altencele, Altenhagen and Klein Hehlen.
Celle is a city that is recorded in history back in 985 when it was a fishing bay. During the eleventh century, it gained minting privileges and in 1301, it became a town after Duke Otto II the Strict granted it town privileges. It became the residence for the dukes of Saxe Wittenberg and the prices of Luneburg in 1433 when they stayed at the magnificent Schloss castle located in the town. A Franciscan monastery was also built in the town and corn shipping during the fifteenth century resulted in economic growth.
Celle is home to a number of sites including the Celle Castle, houses in the Altstadt of which the Hoppener Haus is the most attractive and famous and St Ludwig's. The Bomann Museum is located here and it is filled with works of art by the great Eberhard Schlotter as well as pieces of the history of the town and its folklore. It is also home to the Tansey collection which is one of the biggest and best known portrait miniatures collections in Germany. The Celle Art Museum is also located here with its famous Robert Simon collection and is the first ever twenty four hour art museum in the world.
The Shclosstheater Celle is the oldest theatre in Germany and the oldest baroque theatre in Europe, whose productions are a must see live via Celle tickets. When it comes to sport, this is a city that hosted the Angola team during the 2006 FIFA World Cup.