Kassberg neighborhood consists of eighteenth and nineteenth century structures and the Karl Marx Monument by Lev Kerbel, nicknamed "Nischel". It incorporates the Old Town Hall with its Renaissance gateway and the region around the musical drama house and the old college.
3. The Museum Gunzenhauser
The Museum Gunzenhauser, previously a bank, was opened on 1 December 2007. Dr Alfred Gunzenhauser displayed here numerous artworks and drawings by Otto Dix, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff and others. The Botanischer Garten Chemnitz is a metropolitan plant located here. The Gunzenhauser Museum is an exhibition hall found in Chemnitz.
2. Chemnitz woods
The Chemnitz woods is placed in the patio of Kulturkaufhaus Tietz. It is one of the very few around here, and goes back a few million years in time. Very nice place to visit and to enjoy with your family.
4. Chemnitz University of Technology
Chemnitz University of Technology is found in the town of Chemnitz in Germany. With in excess of over ten thousand understudies it is the third biggest college in Saxony, it was established in 1836 as Royal Mercantile College.
Chemnitz is a small cosy town with such nice things to see and explore. Visit it any time and you will not be dissapointed.
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