Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Uhry is small village close to the mountain range Dorm in the Bundesland Lower Saxony, part of the town of Königslutter. Uhry is ca. 35 km eastward remote to Brunswick. The village is directly up to the Autobahn A2 between Hannover and Berlin. Uhry accommodates about 300 residents and belongs to the city of Königslutter am Elm. Uhry has a small chapel for the Evangelische Freikirche. Furthermore Uhry has together with the neighbour village of Beienrode a sports club for football, tabletennis and gymnastics. The coat of arms of Uhry is a graphic map of the landscape. The green label got a cross for the beck Uhrau and the Autobahn A2 which divides the coat in four parts. The acorn besides the acorn leaf and the spica marking Uhry as a villge with a lot surrounding forests and acres. The coat of arms were officially accepted by the district president of Lüneburg in 1960.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Waldaschaff is a community in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany.The community lies at the threshold of the High Spessart (range), roughly 15 km from Aschaffenburg and roughly 65 km from Frankfurt am Main. Like many villages in this part of the country, Waldaschaff is a long village following a road. Around the village are found the woodlands of the Spessart Nature Park (Naturpark Spessart), which enjoys national fame as a recreation area. Lately the community has also become well known for a citizens'' initiative to move the Autobahn A 3 to a nearby dale. Waldaschaff lies right on this Autobahn and experiences according to the citizens'' initiative a great deal of harm from noise and exhaust, not least of all from the Kauppenbrücke, a long highway bridge over the community one of the longest on this stretch of the Autobahn.