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Dresden: A Major Cultural Centre

Dresden is located in the centre of a rich and diversified cultural region.


More than 300 years ago European bridges were erected in Dresden. The Elector Augustus the Strong gained the Polish crown. His son Moritz became France's greatest commander. More and more cultural and political exchange began to take place. Europe lived and presented itself with all its splendour.

In Dresden French and Italian music, art and architecture came together in a unique way culminating in the European baroque culture. Following Augustus' conversion, the Catholic religion of Bohemia was added to the Protestant faith of Dresden's bourgeoisie. Symbols of Polish royalty were to be seen everywhere in the city.

Between 1933 and 1945 Dresden was cut off from all cultural exchange with foreign countries. Together with the destruction of the historic city the war brought on one of the darkest moments in European cultural history. Then, during the forty years of GDR rule the cultural window was only opened a very small space toward the East.

Today Dresden is looking back on its former role as a major cultural centre. Since 1992 it is also the centre of the European Elbe / Labe region. The Elbe forms a charming river countryside featuring numerous tourist attractions. The Saxon wine route follows it from Diesbar - Seusslitz in the north to Pirna in the south.

During its foundation over 1000 years ago, medieval Meissen was the centre of the eastern colonisation efforts of the Holy Roman Empire in Slavic territory. The town's Gothic dome and Renaissance castle are just as worth seeing as its crooked lanes and the porcelain manufactory.

In Radebeul the Wild West and the Orient can be experienced in a museum near the vineyards. The house of the author of adventure stories, Karl May, contains a museum of Indian ethnology and a large collection of oriental souvenirs.

Travelling south-east from Dresden along the Elbe it is not very far to Pirna. The Gothic St. Mary's church dominates the medieval townscape which presents itself to the visitor today much as it did when the Italian artist Bernardo Bellotto, called Canaletto, painted it.

Since the beginning of the 19th century Saxon Switzerland has attracted artists from all over Europe. The historic artist route has been reopened to the public. Visitors can now travel along the Elbe all the way to Bohemia on the historic paddle steamers run by the Saxon Steamship Company. The rugged cliff landscape continues south from Saxon Switzerland through Bohemian Switzerland to Usti (Aussig) and Decin. In the summer, Saxon and Bohemian Switzerland resound to the sound of the "Sandstone and Music" festival.

The Erzgebirge Mountains, also known as Christmas country, feature a charming and varied landscape. In June the Saxon-Bohemian Music Festival is jointly held in Teplice in the Czech Republic, in Dresden and in the Erzgebirge Mountains. The shortest route between Dresden and Prague measuring 150 kilometres leads through these Erzgebirge Mountains. Poland is also easily reached from Dresden. The border town of Görlitz with its well-preserved Renaissance centre and its houses built during the period of rapid industrialisation in Germany in the last century is only 100 km away from Dresden. It is connected with Dresden's sister city Wroclaw (Breslau) by rail. The motorway between Dresden and Görlitz was completed early in 1999. En route to Görlitz one passes Bautzen, the centre of Upper Lusatia, a historic town with a townscape featuring numerous towers.

Here especially during Easter visitors can experience the rich culture of the Sorbs, a Slavic minority with their own language.

Travelling north from Dresden one quickly reaches the Brandenburg border. The change in architecture is noticeable as soon as the baroque buildings in Saxon-Austrian yellow give way to the brick Brandenburg March architecture. The distance from Dresden to the German capital Berlin is only 180 kilometres. A visit to the natural surroundings of the canals of the Spreewald region and to Cottbus are well worth a detour.

As a state capital Dresden not only offers its visitors the most beautiful art treasures in Saxony and the region in its museums but also the Striezelmarkt, Germany's oldest Christmas market boasting the specialities of the region. This is the time when Dresden Stollen fruitcake, Puslnitzer gingerbread, wood carvings from the Erzgebirge Mountains, Dresden Pflaumentoffel, Lusatian indigo print, Silesian ceramics, Bohemian glass and Meissen porcelain are not only on sale in the shops in Dresden but also at the Altmarkt market square.

Numerous cultural associations help foster the good relations with our neighbours. The World Trade Center also helps to establish economic links. Tourism has also become an important factor in the exchange of people and ideas. Each year more than 100,000 visitors from around the world come to Dresden, the city cultivating the heritage of Augustus the Strong as it heads toward a new international future.


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