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Neusalza-Spremberg (pronunciation ) is a town in the district Görlitz, in the Free State of Saxony, Germany. It is situated on the border with the Czech Republic, on the river Spree, 6 km northwest of Ebersbach, and 17 km southeast of Bautzen.
Number of inhabitants
1925: 3,675 1939: 3,701 1946: 4,436 1950: 4,723 1964: 4,204 1990: 2,862 2000: 2,567 2005: 2,488 2006: 2,442 2007: 3,812 (after incorporation of Friedersdorf) 2009: 3,691 2012: 3,453 2013: 3,420 2015: 3,356
Matthias Lehmann was reelected in June 2015.
Sons and daughters of the town and its district Friedersdorf
Karl Thieme (1862-1932), theologian, extraordinary professor for Theology at the University of Leipzig Paul Reichelt (1898-1981), German General of the Wehrmacht and the Bundeswehr
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