1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Frankenberg
FRANKENBERG, a town of Germany, in the kingdom of Saxony, on the Zschopau, 7 m. N.E. of Chemnitz, on the railway Niederwiesa-Rosswein. Pop. (1905) 13,303. The principal buildings are the large Evangelical parish church, rostered in 1874-1875, and the town-hall. Its industries include extensive woollen, cotton, and silkweaving, dyeing, the manufacture of brushes, furniture and cigars, iron-founding and machine building. It is well provided with schools, including one of weaving.