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  • Fidel During the German Democratic Republic, many apartment blocks were built.
  • Joan During the city did not suffer any war damage, but lost many of its inhabitants.
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  • Calvin The international students in Dresden take advantage of the Christmas season to learn more about German traditions.
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  • Ronald Unlike gingerbread from other countries, the dough does not usually contain any fat, or indeed , but instead nutmeg, cinnamon, ground cloves and allspice, which are added after the dough has been left up to 6 months to mature.
  • Santos In remembrance of the victims, the anniversaries of the bombing of Dresden are marked with peace demonstrations, devotions and marches. It is often attributed, wrongly, to the school.
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  • Darwin The hosts institutes of applied research that also offer mission-oriented research to enterprises.
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  • Gordon During the foundation of the German Empire in 1871, a large military facility called was built.
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  • Maria In 1852, the population of Dresden grew to 100,000 inhabitants, making it one of the biggest cities within the German Confederation.
  • Normand Main article: Dresden is one of Germany's 16 political centres and the capital of Saxony. Performances include dance and music.
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  • Ernest The Striezelmarkt dedicates each of the Advent weekends to one of the traditions of the area.
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  • Dewey Rounding out the program of the Dresdner Striezelmarkt with stalls selling Christmas items and Christmas crafts products. Due to good performances, they have moved up several divisions and currently play in Germany's second division.
  • Karl Until the 20th century, Pflaumentoffel were sold at the Striezelmarkt on trays carried by children trying to earn some Christmas money.