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The Dresden City Museum is the central city and local history museum of the Saxon capital Dresden. The theme of his collections and exhibitions is the city's 800-year history. It is part of the Dresden Museum's ten museums network.
The city museum is located in the Landhaus together with the Municipal Gallery, which has been managing municipal art ownership since 2002 as a municipal art museum.
The permanent exhibition of the city museum deals with various aspects of Dresden's city history, including the cultural and economic history. The museum exhibits more than 1,000 exhibits in four halls. The total area of the exhibitions is over 1,800 square meters and extends over several floors, 20 media stations also provide information about Dresden's history in the past eight centuries and are supplemented by a wide range of museum educational offers.
On display are, among other things, three historical city models, the oldest Dresden city seal from 1309, the so-called Sophien treasure as well as documents and objects from the destruction of the city by the Anglo-American air raids in Dresden in 1945.
In addition to the permanent exhibition on the history of Dresden, special exhibitions on the cultural, economic, social and architectural history are shown.