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Zittau

(tsĭt`ou), city (1994 pop. 30,874), Saxony, E central Germany, on the Lusatian Neisse River, near the Polish and Czech borders. It is a road and rail hub and a center for the environmental-technology industry. Manufactures include textiles, chemicals, machinery, and motor vehicles. An old Slavic settlement, Zittau was chartered in the 13th cent. In 1346 it joined the Lusatian League. It passed to Saxony in the early 17th cent. There are four medieval churches in the city.

Zittau

 

a city in the German Democratic Republic, in Dresden Bezirk (District), on the Neisse River. Population, 42,000 (1975). Zittau is a railroad junction and produces textiles, textile machinery, electronics equipment, castings, and garments. The motor-vehicle industry is represented by a truck plant, VEB Robur. Brown coal is mined in the area.

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Hanunerschmidt then must have received a good enough musical training to land organist posts at prominent churches in Freiberg, and later in Zittau.
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Having been discussed repeatedly since the mid-1980s, plans to put the narrow-gauge railway near the Saxon town of Zittau out of service because of a proposed expansion of a lignite opencast mining in the area started to take on concrete shape.
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Zittau/Goerlitz University of Applied Sciences, Department of Technical Thermodynamics, Zittau (2001-2009).