Osterhagen is a village near the town of Bad Lauterberg in the district of Osterode in Lower Saxony, Germany. The village lies between Bad Lauterberg and Bad Sachsa. Not far from Osterhagen is the Weingartenloch, a supposed treasure cave. The Karstwanderweg passes nearby.
In July 1944, in a former brick pit near Osterhagen, a concentration camp for about 300 prisoners was built with the aim of finishing the Osterhagen-Nordhausen railway line. Today there is a memorial and an information panel on the edge of the former camp grounds.
- "Stadtplan Bad Lauterberg im Harz - Osterhagen". Retrieved 2008-08-04. - town plan of Osterhagen, showing local points of interest
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