Clausthal-Zellerfeld (klous´täl-tsĕl´ərfĕlt), town, Lower Saxony, central Germany, a resort in the Harz Mts. Its manufactures include textiles and wood products. The town was once a center for the mining of copper, zinc, and lead ores.
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