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Its usefulness was limited by attacks on 17 April  on the railway network especially towards Bohemia.
During the Nazi era from to , the Jewish community of Dresden was reduced from over 6, 7, people were persecuted as Jews to 41, as a result of emigration and murders.
Dresden in the 20th century was a major communications hub and manufacturing centre with factories and major workshops and was designated by the German Military as a defensive strongpoint, with which to hinder the Soviet advance.
During the final months of the Second World War, Dresden harboured some , refugees, with a total population of 1.
Dresden was attacked seven times between and , and was occupied by the Red Army after the German capitulation. The inner city of Dresden was largely destroyed   The high explosive bombs damaged buildings and exposed their wooden structures, while the incendiaries ignited them, denying their use by retreating German troops and refugees.
Mostly women and children died. The destruction of Dresden allowed Hildebrand Gurlitt , a major Nazi museum director and art dealer, to hide a large collection of artwork worth over a billion dollars that had been stolen during the Nazi era, as he claimed it had been destroyed along with his house which was located in Dresden.
After the Second World War, Dresden became a major industrial centre in the German Democratic Republic former East Germany with a great deal of research infrastructure.
It was the centre of Bezirk Dresden Dresden District between and Some of the ruins of churches, royal buildings and palaces, such as the Gothic Sophienkirche , the Alberttheater and the Wackerbarth-Palais , were razed by the Soviet and East German authorities in the s and s rather than being repaired.
Compared to West Germany , the majority of historic buildings were saved. On 3 October the so-called "battle of Dresden" , a convoy of trains carrying East German refugees from Prague passed through Dresden on its way to the Federal Republic of Germany.
Local activists and residents joined in the growing civil disobedience movement spreading across the German Democratic Republic, by staging demonstrations and demanding the removal of the non-democratic government.
Dresden has experienced dramatic changes since the reunification of Germany in the early s. The city still bears many wounds from the bombing raids of , but it has undergone significant reconstruction in recent decades.
The gold cross on the top of the church was funded officially by "the British people and the House of Windsor". Prominently, the Dresden Frauenkirche , a Lutheran church, began to be rebuilt after the reunification of Germany in Both exterior and interior reconstruction were completed by Each year on 13 February, the anniversary of the British and American fire-bombing raid that destroyed most of the city, tens of thousands of demonstrators gather to commemorate the event.
Since reunification, the ceremony has taken on a more neutral and pacifist tone after being used more politically during the Cold War. Beginning in , right-wing Neo-Nazi white nationalist groups have organised demonstrations in Dresden that have been among the largest of their type in the post-war history of Germany.
The completion of the reconstructed Dresden Frauenkirche in marked the first step in rebuilding the Neumarkt area. The destruction from this "millennium flood" is no longer visible, due to the speed of reconstruction.
Dresden lies on both banks of the Elbe River , mostly in the Dresden Basin , with the further reaches of the eastern Ore Mountains to the south, the steep slope of the Lusatian granitic crust to the north, and the Elbe Sandstone Mountains to the east at an altitude of about metres feet.
Triebenberg is the highest point in Dresden at metres 1, feet. With a pleasant location and a mild climate on the Elbe, as well as Baroque-style architecture and numerous world-renowned museums and art collections, Dresden has been called "Elbflorenz" Florence of the Elbe.
The incorporation of neighbouring rural communities over the past 60 years has made Dresden the twelfth largest urban district by area in Germany after Berlin, Hamburg and Cologne.
The nearest German cities are Chemnitz 62 kilometres 39 miles  to the southwest, Leipzig kilometres 62 miles  to the northwest and Berlin kilometres miles  to the north.
There are four nature reserves. The protected gardens, parkways, parks and old graveyards host natural monuments in the city.
One important part of that landscape is the Elbe meadows, which cross the city in a 20 kilometre swath. Saxon Switzerland is an important nearby location.
The summers are warm, averaging The winters are slightly colder than the German average, with a January average temperature of 0.
The microclimate in the Elbe valley differs from that on the slopes and in the higher areas, where the Dresden district Klotzsche , at metres above sea level , hosts the Dresden weather station.
Because of its location on the banks of the Elbe, into which some water sources from the Ore Mountains flow, flood protection is important.
Large areas are kept free of buildings to provide a flood plain. Flood regulation systems like detention basins and water reservoirs are almost all outside the city area.
This was largely because the river returned to its former route; it had been diverted so that a railway could run along the river bed.
Many locations and areas need to be protected by walls and sheet pilings during floods. A number of districts become waterlogged if the Elbe overflows across some of its former floodplains.
Dresden under water in June Dresden is a spacious city. Its districts differ in their structure and appearance. Many parts still contain an old village core, while some quarters are almost completely preserved as rural settings.
Other characteristic kinds of urban areas are the historic outskirts of the city, and the former suburbs with scattered housing.
During the German Democratic Republic, many apartment blocks were built. The original parts of the city are almost all in the districts of Altstadt Old town and Neustadt New town.
Growing outside the city walls , the historic outskirts were built in the 18th century. They were planned and constructed on the orders of the Saxon monarchs, which is why the outskirts are often named after sovereigns.
From the 19th century the city grew by incorporating other districts. Dresden has been divided into ten districts called "Ortsamtsbereich" and nine former boroughs "Ortschaften" which have been incorporated.
The population of Dresden grew to , inhabitants in , making it one of the first German cities after Hamburg and Berlin to reach that number. The population peaked at , in , and dropped to , in because of World War II, during which large residential areas of the city were destroyed.
After large incorporations and city restoration, the population grew to , again between and Since German reunification , demographic development has been very unsteady.
The city has struggled with migration and suburbanisation. During the s the population increased to , because of several incorporations, and decreased to , in Between and , the population grew quickly by more than 45, inhabitants about 9.
Along with Munich and Potsdam , Dresden is one of the ten fastest-growing cities in Germany,  while the population of the surrounding new federal states is still shrinking.
As of about It has institutions of democratic local self-administration that are independent from the capital functions.
The city council defines the basic principles of the municipality by decrees and statutes. As of [update] the 70 seats of the city council were distributed as follows: The Supreme Burgomaster is directly elected by the citizens for a term of seven years.
Executive functions are normally elected indirectly in Germany. However, the Supreme Burgomaster shares numerous executive rights with the city council.
The main departments of the municipality are managed by seven burgomasters. Local affairs in Dresden often centre around the urban development of the city and its spaces.
Architecture and the design of public places is a controversial subject. The city held a public referendum in on whether to build the bridge, prior to UNESCO expressing doubts about the compatibility between bridge and heritage.
Its construction caused loss of World Heritage site status in The city received Since October , PEGIDA , a nationalistic political movement based in Dresden has been organising weekly demonstrations against what it perceives as the Islamisation of Europe although the primarily Turkish and Muslim population make up only 0.
As the number of demonstrators increased to 17, on December 22, so has the international media coverage of it. Along with its twin city Coventry in England , Dresden was one of the first two cities to pair with a foreign city after the Second World War.
The Coventry Blitz and Rotterdam Blitz bombardments by the German Luftwaffe are also considered to be disproportional. Dresden has had a triangular partnership with Saint Petersburg and Hamburg since Dresden has 14 twin cities.
Carl Maria von Weber and Richard Wagner had a number of their works performed for the first time in Dresden. Their first opera house was the Opernhaus am Taschenberg , opened in The later Semperoper was completely destroyed during the bombing of Dresden during the second world war.
The Dresden State Operetta is the only independent operetta in Germany. The Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra is the orchestra of the city of Dresden.
Throughout the summer, the outdoor concert series "Zwingerkonzerte und Mehr" is held in the Zwingerhof. Performances include dance and music.
A big event each year in June is the Bunte Republik Neustadt ,  a culture festival lasting 3 days in the city district of Dresden-Neustadt.
Bands play live concerts for free in the streets and people can find all kinds of refreshments and food. Other museums and collections owned by the Free State of Saxony in Dresden are:.
Although Dresden is often said to be a Baroque city, its architecture is influenced by more than one style.
Other eras of importance are the Renaissance and Historism , as well as the contemporary styles of Modernism and Postmodernism. The royal buildings are among the most impressive buildings in Dresden.
The Dresden Castle was the seat of the royal household from The wings of the building have been renewed, built upon and restored many times.
Due to this integration of styles, the castle is made up of elements of the Renaissance , Baroque and Classicist styles. The Zwinger Palace is across the road from the castle.
It was built on the old stronghold of the city and was converted to a centre for the royal art collections and a place to hold festivals.
Its gate by the moat, surmounted by a golden crown, is famous. The Hofkirche was the church of the royal household. At that time Dresden was strictly Protestant.
Augustus the Strong ordered the building of the Hofkirche, the Roman Catholic Cathedral, to establish a sign of Roman Catholic religious importance in Dresden.
The church is the cathedral "Sanctissimae Trinitatis" since The crypt of the Wettin Dynasty is located within the church.
In contrast to the Hofkirche, the Lutheran Frauenkirche was built almost contemporaneously by the citizens of Dresden. It is said to be the greatest cupola building in Central and Northern Europe.
Dresden has been an important site for the development of contemporary architecture for centuries, and this trend has continued into the 20th and 21st centuries.
Historicist buildings made their presence felt on the cityscape until the s sampled by public buildings such as the Staatskanzlei or the City Hall.
It is often attributed, wrongly, to the Bauhaus school. Most of the present cityscape of Dresden was built after , a mix of reconstructed or repaired old buildings and new buildings in the modern and postmodern styles.
Important buildings erected between and are the Centrum-Warenhaus a large department store representing the international Style , the Kulturpalast, and several smaller and two bigger complexes of Plattenbau housing in Gorbitz , while there is also housing dating from the era of Stalinist architecture.
After and German reunification, new styles emerged. Daniel Libeskind and Norman Foster both modified existing buildings.
Foster roofed the main railway station with translucent Teflon-coated synthetics. Libeskind changed the whole structure of the Bundeswehr Military History Museum Museum by placing a wedge through the historical arsenal building.
There are about fountains and springs, many of them in parks or squares. The wells serve only a decorative function, since there is a fresh water system in Dresden.
Springs and fountains are also elements in contemporary cityspaces. Another sculpture is the memorial of Martin Luther in front of the Frauenkirche.
The Garden City of Hellerau , at that time a suburb of Dresden, was founded in In Heinrich Tessenow built the Hellerau Festspielhaus festival theatre and Hellerau became a centre of modernism with international standing until the outbreak of World War I.
In , Hellerau was incorporated into the city of Dresden. Today the Hellerau reform architecture is recognized as exemplary. In the s, the garden city of Hellerau became a conservation area.
The villa town of Radebeul joins the Dresden city tram system, which is expansive due to the lack of an underground system.
There are several small cinemas presenting cult films and low-budget or low-profile films chosen for their cultural value. Dresden also has a few multiplex cinemas, of which the Rundkino is the oldest.
Dresden has been a centre for the production of animated films and optical cinematic techniques. Currently, the club is a member of the 2.
Bundesliga after some seasons in the Bundesliga and 3. Dresdner SC is a multisport club. Dresden has a third football team SC Borea Dresden.
Since , horse races have taken place and the Dresdener Rennverein e. Dresden Academy of Fine Arts. View over Altmarkt Old market during Striezelmarkt.
Bundeswehr Military History Museum. The Bundesautobahn 4 European route E40 crosses Dresden in the northwest from west to east.
The Bundesautobahn 17 leaves the A4 in a south-eastern direction. In Dresden it begins to cross the Ore Mountains towards Prague.
The Bundesautobahn 13 leaves from the three-point interchange "Dresden-Nord" and goes to Berlin. The A13 and the A17 are on the European route E There are two main inter-city transit hubs in the railway network in Dresden: Dresden Hauptbahnhof and Dresden-Neustadt railway station.
The most important railway lines run to Berlin, Prague, Leipzig and Chemnitz. A commuter train system Dresden S-Bahn operates on three lines alongside the long-distance routes.
Its infrastructure has been improved [ when? Dresden has a large tramway network operated by Dresdner Verkehrsbetriebe , the municipal transport company.
Because the geological bedrock does not allow the building of underground railways , [ citation needed ] the tramway is an important form of public transport.
The —13 season started poorly for Dynamo and Ralf Loose was sacked in December after a 3—0 defeat to VfL Bochum with the team in 15th place.
He was replaced by Peter Pacult , returning to the club after more than six years. Dynamo emerged victorious with 2—1 on aggregate and remains in the second tier for the —14 season.
Jansen was unable to save the club from the drop to the 3. Liga after they lost 3—2 at home to relegation rivals Arminia Bielefeld to drop into 17th place, ultimately costing Jansen his job.
Dynamo had drawn half of their matches, winning just five all season. The team advanced to third round after beating VfL Bochum as 2—1 at extra time.
But, the club was knocked out by Borussia Dortmund. The team finished 3. Liga as 6th in —15 season. Dynamo returned to second level after a 2—2 draw at away match against FC Magdeburg in 16 April Dynamo crowned as champions of 3.
Liga after a win against Wehen Wiesbaden at home match in 23 April When they were founded as SG Volkspolizei , the club was sponsored by the East German police force , and in , when they became Dynamo Dresden they were part of the SV Dynamo , the sport organization of the security agencies.
Dynamo plays at the Stadion Dresden ,  which was opened in , originally named the Rudolf-Harbig-Stadion after local track and field athlete Rudolf Harbig.
The stadium was renamed Dynamo-Stadion by the East German authorities in , but reverted to its former name after the reunification. With an original capacity of 24, spectators, the stadium was rebuilt in the beginning of the s, in line with DFB and FIFA regulations, and was thoroughly modernised between June and December The modernized stadium opened on 15 September with a friendly match against Schalke 04 and has a capacity of 32, spectators.
Following their advance to the 2nd League , they were again drawing crowds of 25, The —14 season average attendance reached 27, Dynamo Dresden have a particularly fractious relationship with Berliner FC Dynamo , who were formed out of the club in , and were their main obstacle to success in the s, but the two clubs rarely meet these days.
In they adopted the D logo of SV Dynamo, which was retained until reunification , when its wine red background was replaced with Saxon green.
They reverted to the red background in the early s. Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
It has played at this level since with a fourth place in as its best result. The team also made a losing appearance in the Saxony Cup final and won the competition in Dynamo enjoyed its greatest successes under Walter Fritzsch, capturing the first division DDR-Oberliga title in , , , , , as well as finishing as vice-champions four times.
Perhaps the most notable Dynamo Dresden player is Matthias Sammer. He played for the club from to , during which he won 23 caps for East Germany.
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