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The independent city of Dresden is the capital as well as the political centre of the Free State of Saxony. Dresden was officially mentioned for the first time in 1206, when it became the residence of the Electorals and Kings of Saxony. The Neolithic circular ditch in Dresden-Nickern, dates back to the 5th century BC, and is proof of the beginning of the state of Saxony.
Dresden lies in the Elbe valley in between the eastern Ore Mountains, the foothills of the Lusatian granitic crust and the Elbe Sandstone Mountains, after Berlin, Hamburg and Cologne; it is the fourth largest city in terms of area in Germany.
The city is incredibly proud of its nickname; “Elbflorenz”, the Florence of the river Elbe, which it has been given due to its privileged location on the river as well as its impressive Baroque and Mediterranean architecture.
The city was completely destroyed, by the end of World War II, by British and American bombings. During socialism many of the historic buildings and monuments were restored or completely rebuilt.
What is there to do in Dresden?
Nowadays, Dresden is internationally considered to be a highly cultural as well as artistic city. You can marvel at valuable art collections, and important buildings from various periods in time.
Visit the World War II memorial, the “Frauenkirche” (Church of Our Lady), which during the bombing of Dresden towards the end of WWII was practically completely destroyed. In 2005, restoration works cam to an end, and since then the Frauenkirche has become one of Dresden’s most popular tourist attractions.
Enjoy a concert in the famous Semper Opera, in the Theaterplatz. Founded in 1841, the building had been destroyed a couple of times in its long history. The nearby Zwinger, is also a magnificent Baroque building. It was built between 1711 and 1719, in order to host the royalty’s festivities. But it was not until 1728 that the last extensions were finished.
– Another must-see is Dresden Castle, which in its heyday, was the residence of princes and later kings. You can marvel at various architectonical styles, in the building’s different wings, as it was frequently extended and altered.
– Art lovers, will get their money’s worth at the “Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister” (Old Masters Paintings Gallery), located in the wing of the Zwinger, which was created by the architect Semper. This art gallery exhibits works by world-famous artists, such as Rembrandt, Rubens and Canaletto. But the collection most renowned piece of art must be the Sistine Madonna by Rafael.
– Marvel at the pieces you will find in the “Grüne Gewölbe”, where the Saxonian kings’ treasures are kept. The collection consists of jewellery and various gold and silver artefacts.
– If you are interested in the history of Dresden, you should go to the “Stadtmuseum” Dresden (Dresden City Museum), which is situated in the “Landhaus” in Pirnaischer Platz. The museum houses extensive exhibitions on the city’s long history.
– But Dresden also has a lot to offer gastronomically. Try some of the region’s typical dishes such as escalopes or trotters in the famous Brauhaus Waldschlösschen. But if you are after international cuisine, do not fret, as there is for example Ayers Rock, where you can indulge in some typically Aussie food, whilst listening to live music.
– At night you will be able to explore the many bars, pubs, clubs and discos Dresden has to offer. For example you could go for cocktails at Paradox a bar in the Luisenstrasse, in the current “Szeneviertel”, the place to be.