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    On October 24, 1912 opened the "Joseph Consumption". The three-storey building designed by architect Emil Franz Hänsel at Karl-Heine-Straße 46 had a sales area of 1,600 m² and was extended in 1913 and 1929/30 to Josephstraße 44-46.In GDR days, this department store was very popular because there was something that was not available elsewhere.The architect Hänsel is responsible for many striking buildings - Schaubühne Lindenfels, Kaufhaus Brühl, Messepalast, Fürstenhof, Hotel Continental, König-Albert-Haus, Diezold-Werke, Hupfeld-Werke.

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  • Elevation170 m