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  Rundkirche ("round church") in Klingenthal
The octagonal round church called "Zum Friedefürsten" was built during 1736/37 and is - together with the Frauenkirche in Dresden - considered to be the largest baroque structure in Saxony.

  Museum of space travel in Morgenröthe-Rautenkranz
The birthplace of astronaut Sigmund Jähn presents an exhibition on space travel on 200 sqm.

  Drachenhöhle ("dragon's den") in Syrau
In 1928 the mine master craftsman Ludwig Undeutsch discovered the most stunning dripstone cave of Saxony. Now you can discover the mazelike built cave with its emerald-green cavern lakes for yourself.


  Tannenbergstal mine
Travel through time when visiting this mine situated near the topaz rock of Schneckenstein.
Geological explorations and mining stories against the wonderful backdrop of the subterranean lake make this trip an unforgettable experience for the young and the young at heart.

  Göltzschtal bridge in Netzschkau
This is the largest brick-built bridge in the world which makes it one of the most impressive constructions in Germany.
  Leisure park in Plohn
This amusement park opened in 1996 with a little enchanted forest. Since then numerous attractions have been added to the park: a wild-water ride, a rollercoaster, the “Holzmichel” villa (Germany’s largest tree house), a haunted mill, a climbing rock and many others.


  Summer toboggan run in Klingenthal
The run is 800 metres long and allows you to speed through 45 metres of altitude around 11 bends and conquering an obstacle on the way.
  Little Vogtland in Adorf
Here you will find the entire Vogtland area in one spot, combined with a botanical garden.
  Museum of musical instruments in Markneukirchen
This museum presents 2800 musical instruments from all over the world, for example a 5.25 metre (17 ft) long tuba built in 1913 as well as a giant piano-accordion with 360 basses and a height of 1.90 metres (6.2 ft), which was built in the “Musikwinkel” (“musical corner”) of the Vogtland.