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Originally appearing in Volume V20, Page 347 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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OSCHATZ, a town in the kingdom of Saxony, in the .valley of the Dollnitz, 36 m. N.W. of Dresden, on the trunk railway to Leipzig. Pop. (1905) 10,8.54. One of its three Evangelical churches is the handsome Gothic church of St Aegidius, with twin spires. Sugar, felt, woollens, cloth and leather are manufactured, and there is considerable trade in agricultural produce. Four miles west lies the Koimberg, the highest eminence in the north of Saxony. See C. Hoffmann, Historische Beschreibung der Stadt Oschatz (Oschatz, 1873–1874) ; and Gurlitt, Bau- and Kunstdenkmaler der Amtsmannschaft Oschatz (Dresden, 1905).
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