Wilhelminian Style & Art Nouveau

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  • start: Kaßbergstraße 36, Chemnitz
  • destination: Hoffmannstraße 58
  • very easy
  • 3,39 km
  • 53 minutes
  • 39 m
  • 333 m
  • 300 m

Kaßberg is one of the largest contiguous Art Nouveau and Wilhelminian-style districts in Europe.

Chemnitz as an industrial metropolis was a centre of attraction and home to many industrialists who also expressed their success in representative company buildings, noble Art Nouveau villas and decorative Wilhelminian style buildings. As a result, the Kaßberg is today one of the largest contiguous Art Nouveau and Wilhelminian style districts in Europe. Decorative facades with great attention to detail characterise entire streets. Close to the city centre and in an exposed elevated position, the district is one of the most popular residential areas today, not only among young families, and leaves nothing to be desired in terms of culinary delights. It's worth discovering the Kaßberg. We would be happy to share a few highlights with you!


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