Hohenstein-Ernstthal, Saxony

Hohenstein-Ernstthal is a county town in the district of Zwickau. This in turn belongs to the administrative district of Chemnitz. Direct neighbouring towns are Chemnitz (in the east), Oberlungwitz (in the south), Bernsdorf and St. Egidien as well as Zwickau (in the west) and Callenberg (in the north).

Groitzsch near Leipzig, Saxony

The city lies directly at the intersection of the federal roads 2 and 176 in the border triangle Saxony, Thuringia and Saxony-Anhalt in the western part of the administrative district Leipzig, approx. 25 km away from the city centre Leipzig.

Altenburg with its castle

Altenburg is world famous as the city of playing cards. If you play cards in Germany, you are probably holding a product from Altenburg in your hand. But Altenburg has much more to offer than playing cards.

In the south-western border area of the government district of Upper Franconia, twelve kilometres east of the university town of Erlangen, at the foot of the 548 m high Hetzlas (foothills of Franconian Switzerland) lies the market town of Neunkirchen am Brand.

Buttenheim is a market in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg and lies in the Regnitztal valley between Bamberg and Nuremberg. Buttenheim is the birthplace of the jeans inventor Levi Strauss, who emigrated from there with his mother to the USA.

Weissenfels (Saxony-Anhalt)

Weißenfels is a historical town. It was founded in 1185 at the crossroads of two important trade routes. Despite the strong bombardment of the region in World War II, Weißenfels was only slightly destroyed, as the surrounding villages had more important targets, such as the Leuna plants. The old town shines with many venerable buildings.

Cotton fine spinning and twisting mill of E. I. Clauß successor

The Large District Town of Flöha lies east of Chemnitz in the charming floodplain landscape of the rivers Flöha and Zschopau. The city's history of more than 600 years was marked above all by the former textile industry, which dominated for centuries. 

Dresden, Saxony

The Saxon state capital lies picturesquely embedded in the Elbe valley of Dresden, surrounded by a hilly landscape. The Elbe flows through the city in wide loops and is still flanked by mostly extensive meadows.

New often meets old in Chemnitz

Chemnitz is a large, modern city in the heart of Europe, and home to around 250,000 people. It lies close to the borders of Czech Republic and Poland. It is a place where traditional inventive spirit and ingenuity meets the high tech developments of the 21st century. The former “Manchester of Saxony” has been at the heart of the mechanical engineering industry for more than 150 years. Chemnitz University of Technology and the many research institutes based here are testament to the city’s status as leading national research and development centre.

esplanade Carlsbad

Goethe has visited Carlsbad 13 times. He betrayed Wilhelm von Humboldt once: "There are only three places in the world where I want to live. In Weimar, in Carlsbad and in Rome."

„Zwickau has always been a pearl in these countries, because it has watched over breeding and custom with greater severity than most other cities, and because it has had and still has many talents and many citizens, who are outstanding for their education that they adorn the whole of Germany. Zwickau surpasses all cities in the country in art and science.“

Schkeuditz is a so-called Great District Town. It is located halfway between Leipzig and Halle (Saale). Both motorway A14 and A9 meet at the Schkeuditz junction. Today, Leipzig-Halle Airport is located at Schkeuditz Airport, which was founded in 1927.

Friedrich Nietzsche (educated in Schulpforta, died in Naumburg) has, by way of exception, nothing to do with the highly medieval "Saale-Unstrut cultural landscape" and does not require an application.

Halle (Saale) is a modern city with a historical centre worth seeing.

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