What were the nicknames given to the most famous car in the former East Germany, the Trabant? Where can one visit Johann Sebastian Bach's grave? And which Saxon rock formations are reminiscent of Switzerland?
Saxony, in the east of Germany, has about four million inhabitants and covers 18,400 square km (7,110 sq mi), placing it somewhere in the middle of the list of German states. But Saxony is anything other than average.