Garden City Erika

Industrial culture , Historic monuments and sites
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The construction of the aluminium plant in Lauta marked the beginning of the factory colony.
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  • evangelical church, Foto: Eva Lau, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Lausitzer Seenland e.V.
  • Gedenkstein Brikettfabrik Laubusch, Foto: Stadtverwaltung Lauta, Lizenz: Stadtverwaltung Lauta
  • Laubusch Nordstraße, Foto: Stadtverwaltung Lauta, Lizenz: Stadtverwaltung Lauta
  • Blick vom Laubusch Markt auf evangelische Kirche, Foto: Stadtverwaltung Lauta, Lizenz: Stadtverwaltung Lauta
  • view of the market place, Foto: Eva Lau, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Lausitzer Seenland e.V.
The garden city Erika was built by the architect and builder Ewald Kleffel around 1917. He was a student of the architect Mayenburg, who designed the garden city Marga.

A school, an inn, a cultural centre, business premises and a church were built around the central market. Almost 1000 mining flats were built under the architectural direction of Ewald Kleffel. All the buildings are two-storey. Among other things, four civil servants' flats, four senior master's flats and A and B houses were built. The B-houses were exclusively for civil servants/employees and the A-houses for workers. The houses were connected by walls and each flat had a garden.

Guided tours through the garden city are available by appointment and during special opening hours of the arts centre.

In the future, a cycle path will also lead through the garden city of Erika, with various explanatory signs along the route.
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The construction of the aluminium plant in Lauta marked the beginning of the factory colony.
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  • evangelical church, Foto: Eva Lau, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Lausitzer Seenland e.V.
  • Gedenkstein Brikettfabrik Laubusch, Foto: Stadtverwaltung Lauta, Lizenz: Stadtverwaltung Lauta
  • Laubusch Nordstraße, Foto: Stadtverwaltung Lauta, Lizenz: Stadtverwaltung Lauta
  • Blick vom Laubusch Markt auf evangelische Kirche, Foto: Stadtverwaltung Lauta, Lizenz: Stadtverwaltung Lauta
The garden city Erika was built by the architect and builder Ewald Kleffel around 1917. He was a student of the architect Mayenburg, who designed the garden city Marga.

A school, an inn, a cultural centre, business premises and a church were built around the central market. Almost 1000 mining flats were built under the architectural direction of Ewald Kleffel. All the buildings are two-storey. Among other things, four civil servants' flats, four senior master's flats and A and B houses were built. The B-houses were exclusively for civil servants/employees and the A-houses for workers. The houses were connected by walls and each flat had a garden.

Guided tours through the garden city are available by appointment and during special opening hours of the arts centre.

In the future, a cycle path will also lead through the garden city of Erika, with various explanatory signs along the route.
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Hauptstr. 10

02991 Lauta OT Laubusch

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