Normally every bus stop has it's own map of the bus system.
There is one schedule for the weekday ("Tag", every 15 min.) and another one for evenings and weekends ("Freizeit", every 30 min).
Its reign ended in 1482 thanks to a siege laid to the castle under the leadership of the bishop of Münster.
In the industrial age Delmenhorst experienced a great economical growth, thanks to Bremen.Ammerland · Aurich · Bentheim · Celle · Cloppenburg · Cuxhaven · Diepholz · Emsland · Friesland · Gifhorn · Goslar · Göttingen · Hamelin-Pyrmont · Harburg · Helmstedt · Hildesheim · Holzminden · Leer · Lüchow-Dannenberg · Lüneburg · Nienburg · Northeim · Oldenburg · Osnabrück · Osterholz · Osterode · Peine · Rotenburg · Schaumburg · Soltau-Fallingbostel · Stade · Uelzen · Vechta · Verden · Wesermarsch · Wittmund · Wolfenbüttel Delmenhorst  is a city in Lower Saxony, Germany with almost 80.000 citizens. In the present days a traveller can find a lot of exhibits of the history in the now modern city.Due to it's long history, the style of buildings vary in the city's center.The pricing system is connected to the over-regional VBN (Verkehrsverbund Bremen-Niedersachsen, ).Prices may have changed, look here for more information (, english).
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After a short period under the governance of the bishop of Bremen from 1421 to 1436 Delmenhorst returned under the custody of Oldenburg.Delmenhorst later was infamous for its robber-baronship under the count Gerd.Note: Many of our articles have direct quotes from sources you can cite, within the Wikipedia article! Since 2006 it is governed by the mayor Patrick de la Lanne. The city has a total area of 62.36 km² and a population density of about 1219 per km².A castle to protect the newly founded settlement was established in about 1247.