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The region around Zwickau was settled by Slavs as early as the 7th century AD. A trading place known as terretorio Zcwickaw in Medieval Latin was mentioned in The settlement received a town charter in , and hosted Franciscans and Cistercians during the 13th century.
Zwickau was a free imperial city from —, but was subsequently granted to the Margraviate of Meissen. Although regional mining began in , extensive mining increased with the discovery of silver in the Schneeberg in Because of the silver ore deposits in the Erzgebirge, Zwickau developed in the 15th and 16th centuries and grew to be an important economic and cultural centre of Saxony.
Its nine churches include the Gothic church of St. The late Gothic church of St. Catharine has an altar piece ascribed to Lucas Cranach the elder , and is remembered because Thomas Müntzer was once pastor there — The town hall was begun in and rebuilt many times since.
The municipal archives include documents dating back to the 13th century. Early printed books from the Middle Ages, historical documents, letters and books are kept in the Town Archives e.
Meister Singer volumes by Hans Sachs — , and in the School Library founded by scholars and by the town clerk Stephan Roth during the Reformation.
In Martin Luther dedicated his treatise "On the Freedom of the Christian Man" to his friend Hermann Muehlpfort, the Lord Mayor of Zwickau. The Anabaptist movement of began at Zwickau under the inspiration of the " Zwickau prophets ".
The late Gothic Gewandhaus cloth merchants' hall , was built in —24 and is now converted into a theatre. The city was seriously damaged during the Thirty Years' War.
The old city of Zwickau, perched on a hill, is surrounded by heights with extensive forests and a municipal park.
Near the town are the Hartenstein area, for example, with Stein and Wolfsbrunn castles and the Prinzenhöhle cav, as well as the Auersberg peak meters and the winter sports areas around Johanngeorgenstadt and the Vogtland.
In the Old Town the Cathedral and the Gewandhaus cloth merchants' hall originate in the 16th century and when Schneeberg silver was traded.
In the 19th century the city's economy was driven by industrial coal mining and later by automobile manufacturing.
On 17 April , US troops entered the city. They withdrew on 30 June and handed Zwickau to the Soviet Red Army. Between and , the city had a population of over , A major employer is Volkswagen which assembles its Golf, Passat and Phaeton models in the Zwickau-Mosel vehicle plant.
Coal mining is mentioned as early as The coal mines of Zwickau and the neighbouring Oelsnitz-Lugau coalfield contributed significantly to the industrialisation of the region and the town.
In Carl Wolf invented an improved gas-detecting safety mining-lamp. He held the first world patent for it.
Coal mining ceased in About million tonnes had been mined to a depth of over 1, metres. In Zwickau's last coke oven plant was closed.
Many industrial branches developed in the town in the wake of the coal mining industry: mining equipment, iron and steel works, textile, machinery in addition to chemical, porcelain, paper, glass, dyestuffs, wire goods, tinware, stockings, and curtains.
There were also steam saw-mills, diamond and glass polishing works, iron-foundries, and breweries. In the Horch automobile plant was founded, followed by the Audi factory in In both brands were incorporated into Auto Union but retained their independent trademarks.
The Auto Union racing cars , developed by Ferdinand Porsche and Robert Eberan von Eberhorst , driven by Bernd Rosemeyer , Hans Stuck , Tazio Nuvolari , Ernst von Delius , became well known all over the world.
During World War II, the Nazi government operated a satellite camp of the Flossenbürg concentration camp in Zwickau which was sited near the Horch Auto Union plant.
The Nazi administration built a hard labour prison camp at Osterstein Castle. Both camps were liberated by the US Army in On 1 August military administration was handed over to the Soviet Army.
The Auto Union factories of Horch and Audi were dismantled by the Soviets; Auto Union relocated to Ingolstadt , Bavaria, evolving into the present day Audi company.
In all large companies were seized by the East German government. With the founding of the German Democratic Republic in in East Germany, post-war reconstruction began.
In the Horch and Audi factories were merged into the Sachsenring plant. At the Sachsenring automotive plant the compact Trabant cars were manufactured.
These small cars had a two-cylinder, two-stroke engine. The car was the first vehicle in the world to be industrially manufactured with a plastic car body.
The former VEB Sachsenring manufacturing site was acquired by Volkswagen in and has since been redeveloped as an engine and transmission manufacturing facility.
Audi-AG together with the city of Zwickau operates the August Horch Museum in the former Audi works. Two major industrial facilities of the Soviet SDAG Wismut were situated in the city: the uranium mill in Zwickau-Crossen, producing uranium concentrate known as "yellow cake" from ores mined in the Erzgebirge and Thuringia, and the machine building plant in Zwickau-Cainsdorf producing equipment for the uranium mines and mills of East Germany.
Uranium milling ended in , and after the unification the Wismut machine building plant was sold to a private investor. Zwickau is bounded by Mülsen , Reinsdorf , Wilkau-Hasslau , Hirschfeld Verwaltungsgemeinschaft Kirchberg , Lichtentanne , Werdau , Neukirchen , Crimmitschau , Dennheritz Verwaltungsgemeinschaft Crimmitschau and the city of Glauchau.
The production of the Trabant was discontinued after German reunification, but Volkswagen built a new factory, and Sachsenring is now a supplier for the automobile industry.
Nowadays the headquarters of the Volkswagen-Saxony Ltd. Zwickau is home to the University of Applied Sciences Zwickau with about students and two campuses within the boundaries of Zwickau.
The first freely elected mayor after German reunification was Rainer Eichhorn of the Christian Democratic Union CDU , who served from to The mayor was originally chosen by the city council, but since has been directly elected.
Dietmar Vettermann , also of the CDU, served from until The most recent mayoral election was held on 7 June , with a runoff held on 28 June, and the results were as follows:.
The city is close to the A4 Dresden-Erfurt and A72 Hof-Chemnitz Autobahn s.