coat of arms map
Lage von Geising in Deutschland Lage von Geising in Deutschland
base data
Land of the Federal Republic: Free State Saxonia
governmental district: Dresden
district: White cutting circle
height: 666 m and. NN
surface: 56.07 km ²
inhabitants: 3.284 (30. September 2005)
Population density: 59 inhabitants for each km ²
postal zip code: 01778
preselection: 035056
Kfz characteristics: DW
municipality key: 14 2 90 140
city arrangement: 7 local parts
of the city administration:
Main street 25
01778 Geising
E-Mail address:
mayor: Franc Gössel

Geising is a town in Saxonia in the eastern ore mountains nearby the Czech border.

Table of contents


city arrangement

to the city Geising to belong the seven local parts: Fürstenau, prince forest, God-faithfully, Liebenau, Löwenhain, Müglitz and the quarters Lauenstein.


Geising on the Oberreit map of 1821
Geising: View over the city
Geising: Coat of arms of the aristocracy family of Bünau over the church door

Geising developed from the two villages Altgeising and Neugeising.


Fürstenau, prince forest, Lauenstein, love outer with its former local parts Gottgereu, Müglitz, Rudolphsdorf

development of the number of inhabitants (starting from 1998 31. December):

1551-1834, 1910, 1957: Zühlke 1966; 1998-2004: Statistic national office Saxonia


partnerships between cities

culture and objects of interest


  • visitor mine silver-mad
  • farmer museum Liebenau
  • east ore mountain museum lock Lauenstein
  • intending room for George Bähr in prince forest

of buildings

  • Saitenmacherhaus Geising, 1691
  • town church pc. To Marien and Laurentin Lauenstein, 1340
  • castle ruin and lock Lauenstein, 1242
  • village church “to the 12 Aposteln” Liebenau, spare time
sport game park east ore mountains

hard man mill Geising nature bath

  • hut pond equestrian farm Lauenstein
  • Kohl striking crest Geisingberg
  • removal picture ice-resounds
  • to 1370 Geisingberg
  • [
  • work on
Umzugsbild Vogelfrei
] bird-freely
Faschingsumzug 2006 Zwerge
carnival removal of 2006 dwarves
Faschingsumzug 2006 II
carnival removal 2006 II
Prinzengarde 2006
Prinzengarde 2006

regular meetings

  • ski - and ice carnival in Geising (Sunday before Fastnacht)]
  • Heath celebration Fürstenau (last June weekend)
  • homeland and contactor celebration in Liebenau (third August weekend)
  • Weihnachtsmarkt in Geising (1. Advent)
  • Weihnachtsmarkt in Lauenstein (3. Advent)

economics and infrastructure


since 1890 was Geising terminator point of the Müglitztalbahn, which connected the mountain city by the Müglitztal with Heidenau (Saxonia ) and the upper Elbtal. The railroad line was extended 1923 to old person mountain (Saxonia ). It made a substantial contribution for routistic development Geisings.

resident enterprise

  • fine mechanics GmbH, 50 coworkers, production of fine-mechanical drives and building groups
  • CRANK Lauenstein GmbH, 200 coworkers, production of HF cables for portable radio end and receivings


  • middle school Geising
  • primary school Lauenstein


of sons and daughters of the city

  • 1648, 6. September, Johann clip in Geising, † 10. March 1701 in Leipzig, composer of the baroque (“let us all be merry”), Thomaskantor
  • 1660, 6. April, Johann Kuhnau in Geising, † 5. June 1722 in Leipzig, composer of the baroque, Thomaskantor, successor of Johann clip
  • 1666, 15. March, George Bähr in prince forest, † 16. March 1738 in Dresden, Protestant baroque architect, Frauenkirche_ (Dresden), 1722
  • 1882, 7. August, Ewald beautiful mountain in Geising, † [22. January 1949 in Dresden, painter, bank (group of artists)

personalities, those worked locally


  • Blaschke, Karl Heinz (2003): The city nature of 12. up to 19. Century. Supplement to the map B II 6 of the Atlas to the history and regional studies of Saxonia (hrsg. of the Saxonian Academy of Sciences and the office for land surveying Saxonia), Leipzig/Dresden
  • Fritzsch, Erich/Kempe, Lothar (1981): East ore mountains, Leipzig
  • hammer Mueller, Martin (1964): Around old person mountain, Geising and Lauenstein. Values of the German homeland volume 7, Berlin
  • COMPASS maps GmbH [Hrsg.] (o. J.): Compass moving map of 1027 east ore mountains (1: 50.000) with encyclopedia east ore mountains, Rum/Innsbruck
  • Schmidt, Otto Eduard (1927): To the settlement history of the river basins of the Müglitz and the Gottleuba. In: Reports of the national association Saxonian preservation of regional tradition number 9-12/1927, Dresden, S. 367-378
  • Zühlke, Dietrich (1966): City settlements in the eastern ore mountains. In: German Academy of Sciences to Berlin [Hrsg.] (1966): Eastern ore mountains. Values of the German homeland volume 10, Berlin, S. 244-257


coordinates: 50° 46 ' 0 " N 13° 46 ' 60 " O


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