Tiefenbach, Saxony

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Tiefenbach
Village of Striegistal
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Tiefenbach
Coordinates: 51°2′48″N13°10′9″E / 51.04667°N 13.16917°E / 51.04667; 13.16917 Coordinates: 51°2′48″N13°10′9″E / 51.04667°N 13.16917°E / 51.04667; 13.16917
Country Germany
State Saxony
District Mittweida
Town Striegistal
Subdivisions9
Area
  Total43.90 km2 (16.95 sq mi)
Elevation
300 m (1,000 ft)
Population
 (2006-12-31)
  Total3,511
  Density80/km2 (210/sq mi)
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Postal codes
09661
Dialling codes 034322
Vehicle registration MW
Website www.tiefenbach-sachsen.de

Tiefenbach is a former municipality in the district of Mittweida, in Saxony, Germany. On July 1, 2008 Tiefenbach was incorporated into Striegistal.



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