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Things to see in Königslutter am Elm, Germany

Königsslutter am Elm is a small town in the district of Görlitz, in Saxony, Germany. The town takes its name from King Louis II of Bavaria who donated the Elm Forest to the town in 1692. Königsslutter am Elm is located on the banks of the River Elbe and has many historic buildings and sights to see. The towns main attraction is the well-preserved Villa Rheda which was built by Count Moritz von Rheda-Wied in 1891.

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Quick info about Königslutter am Elm
RegionLower Saxony
Appr. population15704

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