|• Total||28.57 km2 (11.03 sq mi)|
|Elevation||130-150 m (−360 ft)|
|• Density||220/km2 (560/sq mi)|
|Time zone||CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)|
Dohna is a town in the Sächsische Schweiz-Osterzgebirge district, Saxony, Germany. It is located south of Heidenau. It is located in the Müglitz valley and lies west of the Eastern Ore Mountains. It was known as Donin in 1107, 1160 and until 1206. Donyn in from 1288 to 1408. Doneyn unwil 1454 and other forms were Dhonin, Donow and became Dohna. The name comes from Property of the Doň(s) from the Bohemian first name Zdoň.
In 1999, Köttewitz and Krebs joined Dohna. In January 1, 2002, Dohna became the seat of Verwaltungsgemeinschaft Dohna.
- Castle tower, constructed in the 19th century
- Saxon post milestone (Postmeilensäule), erected in 1731
- Old Chemist's (Alten Apotheke), built in 1690, a local historical museum since 1992.
- Primary school
- Middle School, built on September 7, 1891
- Gymnasium, built in 1892
- In 1969, the schools were named Marie Curie
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