Dresden, Germany

Dresden is a large city in Germany of about 525,000 citizens (2013). It was mostly destroyed during the Second World War. It wasn’t until the unification of Germany in 1994 that serious reconstruction began. Most of the reconstruction was completed in the early 2000s. The city’s biggest claim to fame is Augustus II the Strong, who became king of Poland.


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