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  1. 06/01/2022 · En 1590, cuando un grupo de amantes del arte en Dresde solicita visitar las colecciones reales, Christian I, Elector de Sajonia, hace lo que solía hacer siempre en estos casos: le pide a su curador personal que acompañe en su visita a los invitados.

  2. hace 5 días · The lineage of the House of Wettin is extant, although the family no longer exercises an official role in Saxony. For heads of republican Saxony, see List of Ministers-President of Saxony . King Frederick Augustus III, 1918–1932. Margrave Friedrich Christian, 1932–1968.

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › SaxonySaxony - Wikipedia

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    Saxony has a long history as a duchy, an electorate of the Holy Roman Empire (the Electorate of Saxony), and finally as a kingdom (the Kingdom of Saxony). In 1918, after Germany's defeat in World War I, its monarchy was overthrown and a republican form of government was established under the current name. The state was broken up into smaller units during communist rule (1949–1989), but was re-established on 3 October 1990 on the reunification of East and West Germany.

    Topography

    The highest mountain in Saxony is the Fichtelberg (1,215 m) in the Western Ore Mountains.

    Rivers

    There are numerous rivers in Saxony. The Elbe is the most dominant one. The Neisse defines the border between Saxony and Poland. Other rivers include the Mulde and the White Elster.

    Largest cities and towns

    The largest cities and towns in Saxony according to the 30 September 2020 estimate are listed below. Leipzig forms a conurbation with Halle, known as Ballungsraum Leipzig/Halle. The latter city is located just across the border of Saxony-Anhalt. Leipzig shares, for instance, an S-train system (known as S-Bahn Mitteldeutschland) and an airportwith Halle.

    2019 state election

    AfD received its highest share of the vote in any state or federal election, while the CDU and The Left both fell to record lows in Saxony. Under normal circumstances AfD should have received 39 seats in the Landtag; however, due to positions 31–61 being ruled invalid and removed from AfD's party list, they had no candidates to fill the final seat. Thus, it remains vacant and there are only 119 seats in the Landtag, one fewer than the standard minimum size.The CDU formed a government coalitio...

    Members of the state government

    Saxony is a parliamentary democracy. A Minister President heads the government of Saxony. Michael Kretschmerhas been Minister President since 13 December 2017.

    Administration

    Saxony is divided into 10 districts: 1. Bautzen (BZ) 2. Erzgebirgskreis (ERZ) 3. Görlitz (GR) 4. Leipzig (L) 5. Meissen (MEI) (Meissen) 6. Mittelsachsen (FG) 7. Nordsachsen (TDO) 8. Sächsische Schweiz-Osterzgebirge (PIR) 9. Vogtlandkreis (V) 10. Zwickau(Z) In addition, three cities have the status of an urban district (German: kreisfreie Städte): 1. Chemnitz(C) 2. Dresden(DD) 3. Leipzig(L) Between 1990 and 2008, Saxony was divided into the three regions (Regierungsbezirke) of Chemnitz, Dresde...

    Population change

    Saxony is a densely populated state if compared with more rural German states such as Bavaria or Lower Saxony. However, the population has declined over time. The population of Saxony began declining in the 1950s due to emigration, a process which accelerated after the fall of the Berlin Wallin 1989. After bottoming out in 2013, the population has stabilized due to increased immigration and higher fertility rates. The cities of Leipzig, Dresden and Chemnitz, and the towns of Radebeul and Mark...

    Birthrate

    The average number of children per woman in Saxony was 1.60 in 2018, the fourth-highest rate of all German states. Within Saxony, the highest is the Bautzendistrict with 1.77, while Leipzig is the lowest with 1.49. Dresden's fertility rate of 1.58 is the highest of all German cities with more than 500,000 inhabitants.

    Sorbian population

    Saxony is home to the Sorbs. There are currently between 45,000 and 60,000 Sorbs living in Saxony (Upper Lusatia region). Today's Sorb minority is the remainder of the Slavic population that settled throughout Saxony in the early Middle Ages and over time slowly assimilated into the German speaking society. Many geographic names in Saxony are of Sorbic origin (including the three largest cities Chemnitz, Dresden and Leipzig). The Sorbic language and culture are protected by special laws and c...

    The Gross domestic product (GDP) of the state was 124.6 billion euros in 2018, accounting for 3.7% of German economic output. GDP per capita adjusted for purchasing power was 28,100 euros or 93% of the EU27 average in the same year. The GDP per employee was 85% of the EU average. The GDP per capita was the highest of the states of the former GDR. Saxony has a 'very high' Human Development Index value of 0.930 (2018), which is at the same level as Denmark. Within Germany Saxony is ranked 9th. Saxony has, after Saxony Anhalt, the most vibrant economy of the states of the former East Germany (GDR). Its economy grew by 1.9% in 2010. Nonetheless, unemployment remains above the German average. The eastern part of Germany, excluding Berlin, qualifies as an "Objective 1" development-region within the European Union, and was eligible to receive investment subsidies up to 30% until 2013.[citation needed] FutureSAX, a business plan competition and entrepreneurial support organisation, has been...

    Saxony's school system belongs to the most excelling ones in Germany. It has been ranked first in the German school assessment (Bildungsmonitor) for several years. Saxony has four large universities, six Fachhochschulen (Universities of Applied Sciences) and six art schools. The Dresden University of Technology (TU Dresden), founded in 1828, is one of Germany's oldest universities. With 36,066 students as of 2010, it is the largest university in Saxony and one of the ten largest universities in Germany. It is a member of TU9, a consortium of nine leading German Institutes of Technology. Leipzig University is one of the oldest universities in the world and the second-oldest university (by consecutive years of existence) in Germany, founded in 1409. Famous alumni include Leibniz, Goethe, Ranke, Nietzsche, Wagner, Cai Yuanpei, Angela Merkel, Raila Odinga, Tycho Brahe, and nine Nobel laureates are associated with this university. With over 11,000 students, the Chemnitz University of Tec...

    Saxony is part of Central Germany as a cultural area. As such, throughout German history it played an important role in shaping German culture.

    Geographic data related to Saxony at OpenStreetMap
  4. 23/12/2021 · For more on Ludolphus and the influence of his Vita Christi on Ignatius, see E. del Río, Ludolphus de Sajonia, La vida de Cristo, I-II, Madrid, Universidad Pontificia Comillas, 2010. [5] . “This Ignatian year will last 14 months, from May 20, 2021, the date of Ignatius’ injury during the siege of Pamplona, to July 31, 2022, the feast of Saint Ignatius in the liturgical calendar.

  5. 22/12/2021 · Según la informació­n de "midi" se trató del primer estudio a largo plazo en países de habla alemana con estas caracterís­ticas. Los expertos detectaron ocho tipos diferentes de actitud personal ante el coronaviru­s: "El consciente, el agotado, el pensador, el indignado, el exhausto, el modesto, el cooperativ­o y el confiado".

  6. 04/01/2022 · Johann Krieger (bautizado el 1 de enero de 1652 en Núremberg; muerto el 18 de julio de 1735 en Zittau, Sajonia, este de Alemania), también Kruger, Krüger o Kriegher, fue un compositor y organista alemán. La familia Krieger se estableció en Núremberg desde el siglo XVI y se sabe de su descendencia allí hasta 1925.

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