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Automobile Museum "August Horch" - Zwickau - Germany - European Tourist Guide - euro-t-guide.com
The Automobile Museum "August Horch" is located in the town of Zwickau, which was for decades the workplace for August Horch - one of the German automobile industry legends. The museum is located right in the heart of the old Audi factory. This places has seen the development of lines of Horch and Audi - and later on the Trabant range. So this beautiful museum tells a lot about the very mixed German automobile history.
 
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A 1937 Wanderer W52 cabriolet displayed at the Automobile Museum "August Horch" in Zwickau.

A 1937 Wanderer W52 cabriolet displayed at the Automobile Museum "August Horch" in Zwickau.
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A 1958 MZ BK 350 motorcycle displayed at the Automobile Museum "August Horch" in Zwickau.

A 1958 MZ BK 350 motorcycle displayed at the Automobile Museum "August Horch" in Zwickau.
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A 1979 VEB P610/1100 displayed at the Automobile Museum "August Horch" in Zwickau.

A 1979 VEB P610/1100 displayed at the Automobile Museum "August Horch" in Zwickau.
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A 1958 IFA Sachenring P 240 limousine displayed at the Automobile Museum "August Horch" in Zwickau.

A 1958 IFA Sachenring P 240 limousine displayed at the Automobile Museum "August Horch" in Zwickau.
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A 1951 Horch H 3 A truck displayed at the Automobile Museum "August Horch" in Zwickau.
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A 1932 Horch 480 Sedan-Cabriolet displayed at the Automobile Museum "August Horch" in Zwickau.

A 1932 Horch 480 Sedan-Cabriolet displayed at the Automobile Museum "August Horch" in Zwickau.
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