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. 

You are welcome to read this impressive chronicle from 1909 (text in German Language only), "A century of cotton fine spinning 1809 - 1909, E. I. Clauss Successor, Plaue near Flöha".

Flöha offers attractive residential areas and a particularly well-balanced school landscape today. This is an invaluable advantage, especially for young people who want to settle here. For nature and hiking fans, the romantic valley location at the confluence of the Flöha and Zschopau rivers, the wooded, gently rising mountains of the Erzgebirge and the silhouette of Augustusburg Castle offer a special experience. Many hiking trails surround the city and invite you to linger in numerous places. The Lärchen valley, the Schweddey, the Struthwaldung or the Schwedenloecher are popular hiking destinations. Sights such as the Georgenkirche and the partially renovated industrial monument of the former fine cotton mill are worth a visit. The city of Flöha has about 11,500 inhabitants today. An exposed traffic situation allows fast connections to Chemnitz as well as to almost all areas of the Erzgebirge and to Dresden.

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