Saxon Ore Mountains

The Saxon Ore Mountains, called Erzgebirge in German or Krušné hory in Czech, is a mountain range in the south of in . It is known for its craftwork. It have formed a natural border between Saxony and for many centuries.
Photo: Aka, CC BY-SA 2.5.

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is a city in southwestern , with around 250 000 inhabitants the third-largest city in the state, after and . Photo: Dan Mihai Pitea, CC BY-SA 4.0.

is a city in . Its rich history includes being the birthplace of the 19th-century composer Robert Schumann and of a number of automotive makes. Photo: Aka, CC BY-SA 2.5.

is a town in , Germany. It has one of the best preserved historic town centres in the state, and is known for its cathedral and centuries-old mining tradition. Photo: Leviathan1983, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is a mining town in the Saxon Ore Mountains. It's been merged for administrative purposes with neighboring Bad Schlema effective January 1st 2019, but this has little relevance to the average visitor. Photo: Devilsanddust, CC BY-SA 3.0.


is a winter sports resort in the Ore Mountains in , . Photo: Treeem, CC BY-SA 4.0.

is a mining town the Ore Mountains near the border with the . Photo: Hejkal, CC BY-SA 2.0 de.

Saxon Ore Mountains

Latitude of center
50.6092° or 50° 36' 33.1" north
Longitude of center
13.1773° or 13° 10' 38.2" east
Open­Street­Map ID
way 360359268
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Also Known As

  • Afrikaans: Ertsgebergte
  • Arabic: جبال إرز
  • Arabic: جبال الخام
  • Armenian: Օր լեռ
  • Armenian: Օր լեռներ
  • Azerbaijani: Ore dağları
  • Basque: Metal mendiak
  • Belarusian: Рудныя горы
  • Bosnian: Erzgebirge
  • Breton: Erzgebirge
  • Bulgarian: Рудни планини
  • Catalan: Monts metàl·lics
  • Catalan: Muntanyes Metal·líferes
  • Cebuano: Ore Mountains
  • Chinese: 厄尔士山脉
  • Croatian: Rudna gora
  • Czech: Krušné hory
  • Danish: Erzgebirge
  • Dutch: Ertsgebergte
  • English: Erzgebirge
  • English: Ore Mountains
  • Esperanto: Ercmontaro
  • Estonian: Maagimäestik
  • Finnish: Erzgebirge
  • French: Monts Métallifères
  • German: D16
  • German: Erzgebirge
  • Hebrew: הרי העפרה
  • Icelandic: Erzgebirge
  • Indonesian: Erzgebirge
  • Italian: Monti Metalliferi
  • Japanese: エルツゲビルゲ
  • Japanese: エルツ山地
  • Kirghiz: Крешне-гори
  • Korean: 에르츠 산맥
  • Korean: 오레 산맥
  • Latin: Montes Metalliferi
  • Lithuanian: Rūdiniai kalnai
  • Macedonian: Рудни Планини
  • Norwegian: Erzgebirge
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Erzgebirge
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Erzgebirge
  • Persian: رشته کوه ارتس
  • Persian: کوه‌های ارتس
  • Polish: Rudawy
  • Portuguese: Montes Metalíferos
  • Romanian: Erzgebirge
  • Russian: Рудные горы
  • Serbian: Рудне горе
  • Serbo-Croatian: Rudne gore
  • Slovak: Krušné hory
  • Spanish: Montes Metalicos
  • Spanish: Montes Metálicos
  • Swedish: Erzgebirge
  • Swedish: Ore Mountains
  • Turkish: Ore Dağları
  • Ukrainian: Рудні гори
  • Upper Sorbian: Rudne horiny
  • Upper Sorbian: Rudohory
  • Uzbek: Rudali togʻlar
  • Vietnamese: Dãy núi Quặng
  • Western Frisian: Ertsberchtme
  • 에르츠산맥

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