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Dietrich, Margrave of Meissenchose Dresden as his interim residence inas documented in a record calling the place "Civitas Dresdene".
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Init was relocated to Warsaw. AfterDresden became the capital of the margraviate.
He gathered many of the best musicians,  architects and painters from all over Europe to the newly named Royal-Polish Residential City of Dresden. In addition significant art collections and museums were founded.
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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.
During the Napoleonic Wars the French emperor made it a base of operationswinning there the famous Battle of Dresden Dating married free newmarket 27 August Restoration of the Dresden Frauenkirche was completed ina year before Dresden's th anniversary, notably by privately raised funds.
Dresden was attacked seven times between andand was occupied by the Red Army after the German capitulation. The garrison saw only limited use between andbut was then reactivated in preparation for the Second World War.
During the foundation of the German Empire ina large military facility called Albertstadt was built. Each year around the anniversary of the city's destruction, people convene in the memory of those who died in the fire-bombing.
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The urban renewal process, which includes the reconstruction of the area around the Neumarkt square on which the Frauenkirche is situated, will continue for many decades, but public and government interest remains high, and there are numerous large projects underway—both historic reconstructions and modern plans—that will continue the city's recent architectural renaissance.
Fromit was the seat of the dukes of Saxonyand from the electors as well. Some Speed dating dresden kostenlos the ruins of churches, royal buildings and palaces, such as the Gothic Sophienkirchethe Alberttheater and the Wackerbarth-Palaiswere razed by the Soviet and East German authorities in the s and s rather than being repaired.
The completion of the reconstructed Dresden Frauenkirche in marked the first step in rebuilding the Neumarkt area. Another settlement existed on the northern bank, but its Slavic name is unknown. Friedrich Schiller wrote his Ode to Joy the literary base of the European anthem for the Dresden Masonic lodge in The gold cross on the top of the church was funded officially by "the British people and the House of Windsor".
Compared to West Germanythe majority of historic buildings were saved. During the Nazi era from tothe Jewish community of Dresden was reduced from over 6, 7, people were persecuted as Jews to 41, as a result of emigration and murders.