Which part of Germany is Dresden?
Dresden is located in the state of Saxony, has 29 assigned postcodes and is located 111 km far from Leipzig as the crow flies. It is 163 km by air to Berlin.
As an independent city, Dresden covers an area of 328.48 km2 (square kilometers). The district responsible is Dresden, Stadt. Regierungsbezirk: formerly: Direktionsbezirk Dresden.
Dresden is located in the southeastern part of the Free State of Saxony, which, in addition to German territory (Bavaria, Thuringia, Saxony-Anhalt, Brandenburg), borders on Czech and Polish. The layout of the city is characterized by the expansion of the Elbe. The foothills of the Osterzgebirge, the Lusatian Granite slab and the Elbe Sandstone Mountains make up the charming surroundings of the Saxon state capital.
In the area comparison of major cities in Germany, Dresden is 4th with 328.28 km2 after Berlin, Hamburg and Cologne.
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The city of Dresden is located on the A4 and A17 motorways in Saxony. A map, hotels, travel information and further information about Dresden can be found here. Districts of Dresden are Altfranken, Briesnitz, Bühlau, Cossebaude, Cotta, Gönnsdorf, Hellerau, Hosterwitz, Kleinpestitz, Kleinzschachwitz, Klotzsche, Langebrück and others.
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