Thomb of Gustav Becker, Świebodzice
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Thomb of Gustav Becker, Świebodzice

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Gustav Becker was born in 1819 in Oels (Oleśnica). In 1847 he put the factory of clocks on in Freiburg (currently Świebodzice). His clocks are known worldwide even today. He died in 1885 and is burried in on the graveyard in Świebodzice.

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