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|Country||Marwede, Bargfeld, Eldingen, Luttern|
|Main source||93 m (305 ft)|
|River mouth||North of Weyhausen
51 m (167 ft)
|Basin size||149.6 km2 (57.8 sq mi)|
|Length||25.8 km (16.0 mi)|
The Lutter is a small river in the Lüneburg Heath, Lower Saxony, Germany, right tributary of the Lachte. It has its source near Weyhausen, 7 km southeast of Unterlüß. It passes Bargfeld (where it is joined by the "Schmalwasser"), Eldingen, and Luttern. It flows into the river Lachte at Jarnsen, near Lachendorf, east of Celle.
The Schmalwasser joining the Lutter near Bargfeld
Headwaters of Lutter at Eschede-Weyhausen
Water mill at Lutter in the Marwede with the stone sculpture "The heath of Lüneburg"
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