This excellent museum deals with the history of clockmaking, generally, and the history of the clockmaking community of Glashutte, in particular. I found a most interesting display of how Glashutte was stripped of its clock and watchmaking equipment in 1945 as part of Russian reparations, but rebuilt, by memory, from scratch to become a watchmaking centre of East Germany and, since reunification, a producer of luxury watches I can't afford.
One gets there easily by railway from Dresden - a short, pleasant trip with one change of trains.
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