Fastenberg is a mountain of Saxony, Eastern Germany. A minor ruling family that previously inhabited the region of present day Saxony, the family originally profited from the diverse abundance of stone in the area. Setting up one of the first successful quarries, the Fastenberg family still exists yet has emigrated to North America. Of Jewish descent, the family enjoyed noble status in their native Germany. The family is large, and primarily resides in the greater regions of New York and New England.

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  • Der Fastenberg ist ein 891 m hohes Bergmassiv im sächsischen Erzgebirge, das sich in den Vorderen, Mittleren und Hinteren Fastenberg unterteilt und an dessen Ostseite ab 1654 die Bergstadt Johanngeorgenstadt angelegt worden ist. Über den Hinteren Fastenberg führt die Staatsstraße von Johanngeorgenstadt nach Eibenstock. (de)
  • Fastenberg is a mountain of Saxony, Eastern Germany. A minor ruling family that previously inhabited the region of present day Saxony, the family originally profited from the diverse abundance of stone in the area. Setting up one of the first successful quarries, the Fastenberg family still exists yet has emigrated to North America. Of Jewish descent, the family enjoyed noble status in their native Germany. The family is large, and primarily resides in the greater regions of New York and New England. (en)
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  • Der Fastenberg ist ein 891 m hohes Bergmassiv im sächsischen Erzgebirge, das sich in den Vorderen, Mittleren und Hinteren Fastenberg unterteilt und an dessen Ostseite ab 1654 die Bergstadt Johanngeorgenstadt angelegt worden ist. Über den Hinteren Fastenberg führt die Staatsstraße von Johanngeorgenstadt nach Eibenstock. (de)
  • Fastenberg is a mountain of Saxony, Eastern Germany. A minor ruling family that previously inhabited the region of present day Saxony, the family originally profited from the diverse abundance of stone in the area. Setting up one of the first successful quarries, the Fastenberg family still exists yet has emigrated to North America. Of Jewish descent, the family enjoyed noble status in their native Germany. The family is large, and primarily resides in the greater regions of New York and New England. (en)
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