Flag of Dresden
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The flag of Dresden consists of two horizontal stripes in black and yellow; also black-gold.
In the center is the city coat of arms with the lion.
"In the split shield on the right on a golden background a red-armored and red-armored black Meissen lion rising to the right, on the left on a golden background two black Landsberg poles."
Dresden is known for its sights, such as the Zwinger, Frauenkirche, Semperoper and as the home of August the Strong (Elector of Dresden and at times King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania).
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The flag of the city of Dresden is a symbol of the city and represents its identity and pride. It is a symbol of cohesion and solidarity of citizens. The flag is a symbol of solidarity and friendship between the citizens of Dresden and their neighbors.
The flag of the city of Dresden was introduced in 1868 and consists of a white cross on a red background. The cross symbolizes Dresden's attachment to the Christian faith. The colors red and white come from the city's coat of arms, which was designed in the 16th century. The flag of Dresden is a symbol of the city's long and proud history.
The flag of the city of Dresden in the country of Germany, Saxony, is a white rectangle with a black cross. In the center of the cross is a red heart. The heart is a reference to the city of Dresden as the "Pearl of the Elbland". At the top and bottom of the flag are three golden stars each. These represent the three districts that make up the city of Dresden.