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Wettinerbrunnen, erected in memory of the 1307 battle
Wettinerbrunnen, erected in memory of the 1307 battle
Coat of arms of Lucka
Coat of arms
Lucka   is located in Germany
Coordinates: 51°5′42″N 12°20′7″E / 51.09500°N 12.33528°E / 51.09500; 12.33528Coordinates: 51°5′42″N 12°20′7″E / 51.09500°N 12.33528°E / 51.09500; 12.33528
Country Germany
State Thuringia
District Altenburger Land
 • Mayor Kathrin Backmann
 • Total 12.99 km2 (5.02 sq mi)
Elevation 150 m (490 ft)
Population (2015-12-31)[1]
 • Total 3,823
 • Density 290/km2 (760/sq mi)
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Postal codes 04613
Dialling codes 034492
Vehicle registration ABG

Lucka is a town in the Thuringian landkreis of Altenburger Land.


The settlement of the area around Lucka occurred in the early Stone Age (5000-2500 b.c.). Lucka was first mentioned in writing in 1320 as "opidum Luckowe". The area was also the site of a battle in 1307 between the Habsburgs and the Wettins. Within the German Empire (1871–1918), Lucka was part of the Duchy of Saxe-Altenburg.

International relations[edit]

Lucka is twinned with:

Town Division[edit]

Lucka is divided into three parts: the town itself, Breitenhain and Prößdorf.


  • Otto Engert—a Communist politician (b. in Prößdorf)
  • Erika Zuchold - World Champion and Olympic Medalist in Gymnastics
Lucka's Church


  • The information in this article is based on and/or translated from that found in its German equivalent.