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Marienberg (Ore Mountains), Town Hall
Germany

Marie Berg is a mining town in the Ore Mountains. Duke Henry the Pious founded the city on 27 April 1521. The city's layout was designed by Ulrich Rülein of Calw. More than 1000 mines are detectable in Marienberg district in 1555. The late Gothic hall church of St. Mary's was built from 1558 to 1564

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