Chemnitz

Karl-Marx-Stadt noun a city in east central Germany; formerly called Karl-Marx-Stadt until 1990; noted for textile manufacturing
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Chemnitz

[river] The Chemnitz is a river in Saxony, Germany, right tributary of the Zwickauer Mulde. It gave name to the city of Chemnitz, where it is formed by the smaller rivers Zwönitz and Würschnitz. It joins the Zwickauer Mulde near Wechselburg, south of Rochlitz and has a total length of 75 km. ...
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Chemnitz

Chemnitz (kem'nits) , formerly Karl-Marx-Stadt (kärl-märks-shtät) , city (1994 pop. 279,520), Saxony, E central Germany, on the Chemnitz River. It is a major industrial center and an important road and rail junction; it has become one of the most heavily polluted cities in Europe....
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Chemnitz

city, Saxony Land (state), eastern Germany. The city lies along the Chemnitz River, at the north foot of the Ore Mountains, southwest of Dresden. It ...
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Chemnitz

Industrial city in Saxony, Federal Republic of Germany, on the River Chemnitz, 65 km/40 mi south-southeast of Leipzig; population (2005 est) 246,600. Industries include engineering and the manufacture of textiles and chemicals. As a former district capital of East Germany it was named Karl-Marx-Stadt from 1953 to 1990. The city ...
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Chemnitz

[n] - a city in east central Germany
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