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University osnabrueck
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Das Osnabrücker Schloss war die Residenz des protestantischen Osnabrücker Fürstbischofs Ernst August I. von Braunschweig Lüneburg und seiner Frau Sophie von der Pfalz. Es ist seit 1974 Sitz der Verwaltung der Universität Osnabrück. Das Gebäude samt Gartenanlage, die Skulpturen im Schlossgarten einschließlich des Lyra-Denkmals stehen unter Denkmalschutz.

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