Palla Plauen

Als Appreturanstalt (zur Textilveredlung) um die Jahrhundertwende vom 19. zum 20. Jahrhundert durch die Gebrüder Höppner erbaut. Später dann als ein Werk der Textilwerke Palla, Glauchau. Ab Mitte der 1980er Jahre gehörte das Werk zu Brokat Mühltroff.

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Tags: palla; plauen; vogtland; elster; textilindustrie; ruine; verfall; fahrstuhl; treppenhaus; produktionssaal; textile industry; ruin; elevator; stairway; production hall; brokat; brocade
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