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The population of Saxony began declining in the s due to emigration, a process which accelerated after the fall of the Berlin Wall in After bottoming out in , the population has stabilized thanks to increased immigration and higher fertility rates.
The cities of Leipzig, Dresden and Chemnitz, and the towns of Radebeul and Markkleeberg in their vicinity, have seen their populations increase since The following tables illustrate the foreign resident populations and the population of Saxony since The average number of children per woman in Saxony was 1.
Dresden's fertility rate of 1. Saxony is home to the Sorbs. There are currently between 45, and 60, Sorbs living in Saxony Upper Lusatia region.
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 cities and villages in eastern Saxony which are inhabited by a significant number of Sorbian inhabitants have bilingual street signs and administrative offices provide service in both, German and Sorbian language.
The Sorbs enjoy cultural self-administration which is exercised through the Domowina. Former Minister President Stanislaw Tillich is of Sorbic ancestry and has been the first leader of a German state from a national minority.
As of , the Evangelical Church in Germany represented the largest faith in the state, adhered to by Members of the Roman Catholic Church formed a minority of 3.
About 0. In particular in the larger cities, there are numerous smaller religious communities. The international Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has a presence in the Freiberg Germany Temple which was the first of its kind in Germany, opened in even before its counterpart in Western Germany.
It now also serves as a religious center for the church members in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia , and Hungary. The Gross domestic product GDP of the state was Its economy grew by 1.
Microchip-makers near Dresden have given the region the nickname " Silicon Saxony ". The publishing and porcelain industries of the region are well known, although their contributions to the regional economy are no longer significant.
Today, the automobile industry, machinery production, and services mainly contribute to the economic development of the region.
Saxony reported an average unemployment of 5. The Leipzig area, which until recently was among the regions with the highest unemployment rate, could benefit greatly from investments by Porsche and BMW.
With the VW Phaeton factory in Dresden, and many parts suppliers, the automobile industry has again become one of the pillars of Saxon industry, as it was in the early 20th century.
Zwickau is another major Volkswagen location. Freiberg , a former mining town, has emerged as a foremost location for solar technology.
Dresden and some other regions of Saxony play a leading role in some areas of international biotechnology, such as electronic bioengineering.
While these high-technology sectors do not yet offer a large number of jobs, they have stopped or even reversed the brain drain that was occurring until the early s in many parts of Saxony.
Regional universities have strengthened their positions by partnering with local industries. Unlike smaller towns, Dresden and Leipzig in the past experienced significant population growth.
Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk is one of Germany's public broadcasters. Bombardier Transportation in Bautzen. Saxony is a strongly export-oriented economy.
In , exports amounted to 40,48 billion euro while imports stood at 24,41 billion euro. The largest export partner of Saxony is China with an amount of 6,72 billion euro, while the second largest export market are the United States with 3.
Saxony is a renowned tourist destination in Germany. The cities of Dresden and Leipzig are two of Germany's most visited cities.
In addition, Saxony has well-preserved historic towns such as Görlitz , Bautzen , Freiberg , Pirna , Meissen and Stolpen as well as numerous castles and palaces.
New tourist destinations are developing, notably in the Lusatian Lake District. The Dresden Frauenkirche. It now serves as a symbol of reconciliation between former warring enemies.
Leipziger Neuseenland is a large lake district south of Leipzig, one of Germany's most vibrant cities. The Bastei bridge in Saxon Switzerland.
The Elbe valley with Meissen in the background. Saxony is home to numerous castles, such as Schloss Moritzburg north of Dresden.
Oberwiesenthal , Ore Mountains. 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 and five Fachhochschulen or Universities of Applied Sciences. With 36, students as of , it is the largest university in Saxony and one of the ten largest universities in Germany.
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 Saxony is part of 'Central Germany' as a cultural area.
As such, throughout German history it played an important role in shaping German culture. The most common patois spoken in Saxony are combined in the group of " Thuringian and Upper Saxon dialects ".
Due to the inexact use of the term "Saxon dialects" in colloquial language, the Upper Saxon attribute has been added to distinguish it from Old Saxon and Low Saxon.
Other German dialects spoken in Saxony are the dialects of the Erzgebirge Ore Mountains , which have been affected by Upper Saxon dialects, and the dialects of the Vogtland, which are more affected by the East Franconian languages.
Upper Sorbian a West Slavic language is still actively spoken in the parts of Upper Lusatia that are inhabited by the Sorbian minority.
The Germans in Upper Lusatia speak distinct dialects of their own Lusatian dialects. Saxony is often seen as the motherland of the Reformation.
The Electoral Saxony , a predecessor of today's Saxony, was the original birthplace of the Reformation. The elector was Lutheran starting in The Lutheran church was organized through the late s and the early s.
It was officially established in by John the Steadfast. Although some of the sites associated with Martin Luther also lie in the current state of Saxony-Anhalt including Wittenberg , Eisleben and Mansfeld , today's Saxony is usually viewed as the formal successor to what used to be Luther's country back in the 16th century i.
Martin Luther personally oversaw the Lutheran church in Saxony and shaped it consistently with his own views and ideas. The 16th, 17th and 18th centuries were heavily dominated by Lutheran orthodoxy.
In addition, the Reformed faith made inroads with the so-called crypto Calvinists , but was strongly persecuted in an overwhelmingly Lutheran state.
In the 17th century, Pietism became an important influence. From , the rulers were traditionally Lutheran and widely acknowledged as defenders of the Protestant faith , although — beginning with Augustus II the Strong , who was required to convert to Roman Catholicism in in order to become King of Poland — its monarchs were exclusively Roman Catholic.
That meant Augustus and the subsequent Electors of Saxony, who were Roman Catholic, ruled over a state with an almost entirely Protestant population.
In , After 45 years of Communist rule, the majority of the population has become unaffiliated. Nonetheless, even during this time Saxony remained an important place of religious dialogue and it was at Meissen where the agreement on mutual recognition between the German Evangelical Church and the Church of England was signed in Saxon cuisine encompasses regional cooking traditions of Saxony.
Also much freshwater fish is used in Saxon cuisine. The area around Dresden is home to the easternmost wine region in Germany see: Saxony wine region.
Saxony prides itself to have been one of the first places in the world where modern recreational rock climbing was developed. Falkenstein rock in the area of Bad Schandau is considered to be the place were the German rock climbing tradition started in This article is about the modern state of Sachsen in present-day Germany.
For other uses, see Saxony disambiguation. Coat of arms. Main article: History of Saxony. Main article: Duchy of Saxony. Main article: Electorate of Saxony.
Further information: Kingdom of Saxony. This section needs expansion. You can help by adding to it. May See also: List of mountains and hills of Saxony.
See also: List of rivers of Saxony. See also: List of cities in Saxony by population. Dresden , the state capital.
View over the centre of Leipzig. Aerial view of Chemnitz. See also: List of Ministers-President of Saxony.
Main article: Saxony state election, Dresden is the hub of Silicon Saxony. Porsche customer center in Leipzig. BMW production facility in Leipzig.
The historical city of Görlitz. June This section needs expansion with: architecture, museums, cuisine, music, sports etc. Main article: Saxon cuisine.
See also: Saxon Switzerland climbing region. Germany portal. Retrieved 13 September Retrieved 8 June Retrieved 5 November German Statistical Office.
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