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Bundesland: Freistaat Sachsen Saxony
Landkreis: Erzgebirgskreis  


Thalheim / Erzgeb.

lv: Talheima / Rūdu kalni mk, sr: Талхајм (Ерцгебирге)

3437 Thalheim / Erzgeb. Thalheim is situated at an elevation of 450 m in the Zwönitz valley, about 5 km east of Stolberg and 15 km suth of Chemnitz in the lower parts of the Erzgebirge (Ore Mountains) region. The municipality has a population of about 6,300 (2016).

Thalheim was founded presumably in the 12th century (usually assumed as 1184). The writteen mentioning is found in a document of 1447. Thalheim obtained the status of a town in 1925.

The Centralschule ('central school') [left, no. 3437: top picture] was built in 1888/1889.

The bottom left picture shows a view of Friedrichstraße.

The Lutheran church [left, no. 3437: bottom right picture] was built in 1849/1850 in place of an older structure. The earliest mention of a church in Thalheim dates from 1346.


Other glasses in this collection show views from Thalheim bei Wels, Austria.

[https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thalheim/Erzgeb., https://www.thalheim-erzgeb.de/leben/geschichte/]