Altenberg mining region, the easternmost district of the Erzgebirge, is represented by the Altenberg-Zinnwald mining landscape, the Lauenstein administrative centre (including the castle and town church), and the archaeological sites related to the high-medieval silver mines in Dippoldiswalde. While the areas around Dippoldiswalde were primarily engaged in silver mining, tin-ore mining dominated the industry around Altenberg and Zinnwald. The headframe and surface installations of the Arno-Lippmann shaft survive as characteristic technical monuments from the mine’s final phase of operation.