|Ortsteil of Königslutter|
|Elevation||130 m (430 ft)|
|Time zone||CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)|
Uhry a small village that is part of the city of Königslutter, Lower Saxony, Germany. It lies close to the mountain range of Dorm and is about 35 km east of Braunschweig. The village is on Autobahn A2 between Hanover and Berlin. Uhry has about 300 residents.
Uhry has a small chapel, the Evangelische Freikirche. There is also a sports club, which citizens share with the neighboring village of Beienrode.
Coat of arms
The coat of arms of Uhry was officially accepted by the district president of Lüneburg in 1960. The background is green with a diagonal white stripe divided into two parts by a green line crossed by a diagonal wavy white stripe. In the angles of these are (top) an acorn, on each side are oak leaves, and (bottom) an ear of wheat. The stripes represent the Uhrau stream and the Autobahn A2. The rest of the coat indicates that Uhry is surrounded by forests and arable land.
A large sand quarry lies in the northeast of Uhry. About 50 million years ago a river delta existed there, and much grit and sand were deposited. The deposits are 100 percent quartz crystal and is used for making glass.